This presentation will describe by means of data and illustrations the effects from dry drilling of hole-bores through High Strength Carbon Fiber (HSCF) over titanium stacks of material. The results derived from dry drilling (no coolant) presented will focus on penetration heat spikes during the drilling process experienced by the HSCF. Specifically the in-hole-bore hardening of the HSFC and its effect on extending the longevity and impact to the fastened structure.
- The effect of heat spikes on High Strength Carbon Fiber (HSCF) material derived from dry drilling
- Hole-bore quality impacted (positive and negative) by dry drilling
- HSCF hole-bore properties that enhance durability after fastener installation