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A pressure actuator with a slidable piston inside of a housing functions as the control fin actuator for a guided missile. The inside of the housing is divided into at least two chambers by rolling diaphragm seals that are attached to the faces of the top and bottom pistons. When the piston moves inside the housing, there is no sliding friction because of the rolling diaphragm seals.
To move the piston inside the housing and move a push rod attached to the piston that extends outside the housing, the two chambers are controllably pressured. The push rod is attached to the output shaft of the missile control fin using a taut band connector to prevent backlash.
In order to create eddy currents in the push rod and provide a damping force that rises with speed, a magnet may be placed close to the push rod. A rotary position sensor, a linear position sensor, and pressure sensors are used to control the inlet valve and the exhaust valve in order to maintain pressure in the control chamber.
The Global missile actuator 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.
Fin Control Actuation Systems are designed, developed, and produced by Moog, a global leader in the field (FCAS). In response to steering instructions from the flight computer, this sophisticated mechanism regulates the position of the missile fins. The conventional FCAS is made up of four actuators and the related control electronics, which are all assembled into a ring that fits the missile’s outside mold line.
In order to enhance the value of our system offering, Moog also creates a single board computer that can conveniently process all guidance, navigation, and FCAS control functions.
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