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Airplane brake pedals

 How to apply pilot brake to aeroplane.

 How do the brakes in the airplane brake, how does the brake work on the plane? Does the airplane have a brake?

 There is a question in our mind that whether the plane also has brakes like our car.  Which can control the speed of plane on air and land.  And what is the technology in the plane landing at a fast speed, which slows down the speed of the airplane in a short time?

 Yes, airplanes also have a braking system like our car.  Which is used to control the speed of the ship.  There are many differences between the braking systems of cars and airplanes, but there are some similarities, such as the disc brakes on the wheels of the ship, which act as the brakes in the car.  Are fitted which are used to reduce the speed of the ship.  Different airplanes have different braking systems.  The selection of the brake system depends on the weight of the plane, the landing speed, and the size of the airplane.  These brake systems are selected according to the size of the airplane, weight of the airplane, and landing speed.

Generally 5 types of braking systems are used in airplanes.

 1. Disc brake

 2. Reverse thrust

 3. Air brake

 4. Spoiler

 5. Parachute

 Now when and how the above five braking systems are used and how these braking systems work, we will know in detail.

 1. Disc Brake System

 This braking system is mounted on the wheels of the airplane, it works in the same way as the braking system in a car.  Those operated by hydraulic or pneumatic.  The braking lever can also be with the rudder pedal in the cockpit or separately.  The braking system can be in different types such as single disc brake system, dual disc brake system, multiple disc brake system.  The working principle of this type of braking system is to slow the speed by converting the kinetic energy into heat energy, but a major disadvantage of this braking system is that its overheating causes the wheel to heat up and this heat increases as a rising fire.  It takes.

 Use it in airplanes only

 (A) At the time of taxi out and taxi in (from disparsal to runway) on the ground and

 (B) done at the time of landing.

 2. Reverse thrust system

 The braking effect is achieved by turning the thrust of the ship in the reverse direction.  For whom the engine exhaust has adjustable buckets which can be operated from the cockpit.  When operated, the direction of thrust of the engine is reversed, thus slowing the speed of the plane.This braking system reduces the load on the disc brakes to avoid over-hitting the wheel and igniting the tire.  And use at least the runway.  It is immediately shut down when the airplane is slowed down because there are many objects around the runway that it may be suspicious of (pulling) which can damage its engine blood.

 3. spoiler

 Now let's talk about another different method of braking which we call a spoiler. The spoiler is on the top of the wing which is a rectangular shape, it is used during landing, it gets upward as soon as it activates.  The air coming from the front hits the spoiler causing a lot of drag causing the airplane to slow down.  In addition, it prevents the spoiler wheel from jumping during spoiler landing.  And helps maintain the plane on the runway.  With the help of spoilers, tire wear is greatly reduced.

 4. Air brake

 It is found in normal fighter airplanes. Its location is backwards. Its working principle is similar to that of a spoiler.  This braking system only works in air.

 5. Parachute

 Parachutes are used in fast-paced combat aircraft, which act as a braking system to land an airplane while using minimal runways.  Parachute deployment creates a significant amount of drag which acts as a braking force for the ship, reducing the speed of the aircraft to a great extent.

 Depending on the situation, the airplane braking system can be divided into two parts: first man braking system and second emergency braking system, emergency braking system is used when the man braking system spreads.


Milan Tomic

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