1992-10-01

Aircraft Braking Induced Tire Wear 922042

Employing a combined mechanical abrasion and thermochemical degradation model, an overall tire-braking simulation is developed to enable the bounding of potential braking induced tread wear in aircraft tires. The model incorporates the effects of: i) the highly nonlinear tire braking friction-slip behavior; ii) the potential to handle a variety of brake configurational effects; iii) aircraft drag and lift as well as; iv) fore-aft loads on the landing gear.

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