Aircraft Landing Gear Design

Aircraft Landing Gear Design Author : Norman S. Currey
Release : 1988
Publisher : AIAA
ISBN : 9781600860188
File Size : 81.6 MB
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This is the only book available today that covers military and commercial aircraft landing gear design. It is a comprehensive text that will lead students and engineers from the initial concepts of landing gear design through final detail design. The book provides a vital link in landing gear design technology from historical practices to modern design trends, and it considers the necessary airfield interface with landing gear design. The text is backed up by calculations, specifications, references, working examples.

Landing Gear Design

Landing Gear Design Author : Hugh Graham Conway
Release : 1958
Publisher :
File Size : 34.21 MB
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Design & Fabrication of Mag-Lev Landing System in Aircrafts

Design & Fabrication of Mag-Lev Landing System in Aircrafts Author : Abhilash Varghese
Release : 2015-05-08
Publisher : Abhilash Varghese
File Size : 60.89 MB
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The accelerated growth in aircraft industries desire effectual schemes, programs, and innovative designs of advanced systems to accomplishing the augmenting need for home-free air transportation. For safe, efficient landing and take-off of aircraft in future, magnetic levitation technology could turn out to be best alternative to conventional landing gear system.

Airplane Design

Airplane Design Author : Jan Roskam
Release : 1985
Publisher : DARcorporation
ISBN : 9781884885532
File Size : 73.12 MB
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Band-pass Shock and Vibration Absorbers for Application to Aircraft Landing Gear

Band-pass Shock and Vibration Absorbers for Application to Aircraft Landing Gear Author : Emanuel Schnitzer
Release : 1956
Publisher :
File Size : 41.76 MB
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A new class of frequency-selective shock absorbers called band-pass shock absorbers which were conceived as a means of overcoming some of the limitations of conventional shock absorbers is described. These shock absorber designs are introduced, special emphasis being given to their use in landing and taxiing problems of high-speed aircraft. For such aircraft operated on rough land or water runways, conventional oleo struts approach a rigid condition for bum[s with steep slopes and thereby develop and transmit severe shock loads to the aircraft fuselage. The operation of the band-pass shock absorbers in the reduction of loads in certain selected frequency ranges is described. Theoretical equations are derived and solutions are made for several cases for the purpose of comparing the low-pass and conventional shock-absorber actions. The results indicate that the band-pass shock absorbers should alleviate high-frequency or rapidly applied impact loads but should retain the characteristics of conventional oleo struts when taxiing and design landing loads are slowly applied. A number of variations in design are presented for low-pass shock absorbers and reference is made to double-acting band-pass vibration absorbers for other applications.