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Why didn’t Igor Sikorsky give his design of the first successful helicopter to his own country? What if they’re not finding Malaysia flight mh because they are only looking on the surface, why not under water IF a fighter jet goes into a ‘flat spin’ – is it game over? Who should I tell them I am? Itswhy no Supersonic flights still? Where can I find a flight simulator program? Do you fly to multiple airports or only between two airports?
Has the F22 ever seen actual combat? I am a pilot and I am am looking to buy my first aircraft. Which planes are better? What is the difference between anti skid system aircraft and anti braking system ABS vehicle? In airplanes, there were early and later more modern “anti-skid” systems – Early had the Mk. Antilock brakes in vehicles and anti-skid systems in airplanes operate on similar principles but are vastly different in lots of ways.
Aircraft with anti-skid systems use hydraulic pressure supplied by the aircraft hydraulic system. The “master cylinders” are really pressure regulators attached to each brake pedal.
The antiskid uses a second processor-controlled regulator to relieve some of the pressure if a skid is detected.
The fluid that is valved off is returned to the hydraulic reservoir. Antilock brakes in cars operate like normal direct-hydraulic brakes with a master cylinder. If a wheel locks the pressure is relieved but a motor-driven pump starts up to maintain fluid flow and pressure while the antilock valve is open.
The antiskid system in a MiG 21 is nothing short of amazing.
The brakes are pneumatic. A small chamber is mounted on the strut in the pneumatic line to the brake. This chamber contains a small poppet valve in a relief port held in place by a calibrated spring. If the wheel skids the tire chatters, shaking the strut. This shaking is enough to unseat the poppet valve, releasing nitrogen pressure until the wheel starts rotating again and the chattering stops.
At that point the spring can once again hold the poppet valve shut. No computers, networks of antiskd, plumbing, sensors, nothing but simplicity. It’s pretty much the same kind of system used in cars AND airplanes. It is the same.
Aircraft only have brakes on the main gear allowing the nose wheel to be dedicated to steering. The ABS systems on automobiles modulate the brake pressure to all four wheels, allowing the car to steer even supeersonic under maximum braking.
If the front wheels were to lock up the car would only be able to stop in a straight systeem. Stopping in a straight line is desirable on an airport runway, but could be a disaster for a car on a curved road.
Different names for the same thing.