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By turning a shaft attached to the engine throttle, a servo motor actuator controls the speed of a vehicle driven by fuel or an aircraft. Devices that are used every day also have servo motor actuators.
To regulate the thrust vector angle on rocket engines, this actuator was created. It has good frequency response properties and is intended for high vibration and shock loads.
The global servo actuator for rockets 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.
For all phases of a rocket, Moog has a long history of using three actuation technologies: electromechanical, electrohydraulic, and electro hydrostatic. For a thrust vector control (TVC) system solution, actuators and controllers can be coupled.
In difficult space applications, electromechanical (EM) actuation is a tried-and-true option. Complex actuation systems include internal manufacture of key building elements such actuators, controllers, servo drives, and servomotors. Moog offers tailored or pre-made solutions to satisfy the requirements of clients. Moog’s Servo, Actuator, and F-1 Rocket Engine.
Salvaged from the Saturn V rocket refurbishment at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida, The F-1 engines on the Saturn V’s S-IC stage were gimbaled, which allowed them to move to control the rocket as it rose through the atmosphere. Engine movement was made possible for this by the actuators that linked the engines to the booster frame.
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