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The landing gear control system, also known as the undercarriage, is a complicated system that includes structural parts, hydraulics, energy absorption components, brakes, wheels, and tyres.
Steering devices and retraction mechanisms are examples of additional components that may be attached to and function with the landing gear. The structural members are the components that support the heavy landing loads and keep the landing gear from collapsing under the weight of the aircraft.
The materials must be strong enough to handle significant take-off weight and severe impact loads on landing when an aircraft is fully loaded with fuel.
Landing gear materials must consequently have high static strength, good fracture toughness, and fatigue strength, with high-strength steel and titanium alloy being the most widely utilised materials landing gear and landing gear control systems, drawing on years of experience in design, development, and production.
The main landing gear brake control system, nose wheel steering control system, and landing gear extension and retraction system are all part of the landing gear system.
The Global Landing Gear Control Systems market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Liebherr landing gear systems are used on a wide range of platforms, including commercial aircraft, regional aircraft, business jets, helicopters, transport aircraft, and fighters.
All structural sections of landing gears are designed and manufactured in-house by Liebherr. The main fitting, sliding tube, side stays and locking stays, wheel axle, and drag braces are all part of this.
Layout, design, performance, stress, and fatigue calculations, as well as thorough safety and reliability studies, are all part of the engineering skills. In-house production capabilities include cutting-edge machining and surface treatment.
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