1945-01-01

Electronic Analysis of Airplane Hydraulic Braking Systems 450203

AIRPLANE hydraulic braking systems must be designed to have the highest standard of performance without sacrificing reliability.
By the use of a multielement oscillograph the various characteristics of the braking system can be recorded simultaneously so that the value of design changes can easily be determined.
Oscillograms for a typical aircraft braking system show that relatively minor changes result in a wide differential in performance and emphasize the conclusion that design changes in a hydraulic brake system should be evaluated with the oscillograph.

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