Heat generation in aircraft tires under free rolling conditions
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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Airplanes -- Tires.,
  • Thermal analysis.

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Edition Notes

StatementSamuel K. Clark and Richard N. Dodge ; prepared for Langley Research Center.
SeriesNASA contractor report -- 3629., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-3629.
ContributionsDodge, Richard N., Langley Research Center., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch., University of Michigan. Dept. of Mechanical Engineering.
The Physical Object
Pagination97 p. :
Number of Pages97
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15266153M

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  Heat generation in aircraft tires under free rolling conditions A method was developed for calculating the internal temperature distribution in an aircraft tire while free rolling under load. The method uses an approximate stress analysis of each point in the tire as it rolls through the contact patch, and from this stress change the mechanical work done on each volume element may . HEAT GENERATION IN AIRCRAFT TIRES SAMUEL K. CLARK and RICHARD N. DODGE University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI , U.S.A. Abstract-A method has been developed for calculating the internal temperature distribution in an aircraft tire under free-rolling braked and yawed conditions Cited by: 1. Abstract: A method has been developed for calculating the internal temperature distribution in an aircraft tire under free-rolling braked and yawed conditions. The method uses an approximate stress analysis of each point in the tire as it rolls through the contact patch, and from this stress excursion the mechanical work done on each volume element can be converted into a heat release through Cited by: 9.   Generally speaking, the analytical model gives good agreement with measured values when the tire is operating in the range of its normal rated load, pressure and deflection. REFERENCES 1. S. K. dark and R. N. Dodge, Heat generation in air- craft tires under free rolling conditions. NASA CR (). 2.

tire modeling and contact problems heat generation in aircraft tires by Samuel K. Clark, Richard N. Dodge Abstract-A method has been developed for calculating the internal temperature distribution in an aircraft tire under free-rolling braked and yawed conditions. Heat generation in aircraft tires under free rolling conditions. A method was developed for calculating the internal temperature distribution in an aircraft tire while free rolling under load. The method uses an approximate stress analysis of each point in the tire as it rolls through the contact patch, and from this stress change the. Heat generation in Aircraft tires under yawed rolling conditions An analytical model was developed for approximating the internal temperature distribution in an aircraft tire operating under conditions of yawed rolling. The model employs an assembly of elements to represent the tire cross section and treats the heat generated within the tire as a function of the change in strain energy. In rolling tires, heat is generated by hysteresis of rubber and cord. The tire temperature increases and the heat energy dissipates. The lost energy is a measure of the rolling resistance. In the following, the deformation due to the inflation and vertical loads and the heat generation due to the de.

Heat Generation 38 Tensile, Compression and Shear Forces 43 Tire Inflation 48 Limited Warranty 49 Notes 50 Tire Performance Envelope Diagram 51 Notice: This Aircraft Tire Care and Maintenance Manual effective 10/04 combines information from previous Goodyear Aircraft Tire Care and Maintenance manuals and supercedes all previous manuals. Get this from a library! Heat generation in aircraft tires under braked rolling conditions. [Samuel K Clark; Richard N Dodge; Langley Research Center.; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office.; University of Michigan.]. Heat generation in aircraft tires. A method has been developed for calculating the internal temperature distribution in an aircraft tire under free-rolling braked and yawed conditions. The method uses an approximate stress analysis of each point in the tire as it rolls through the contact patch, and from this stress excursion the. A numerical procedure to determine the temperature rise in aircraft tires under free rolling conditions is presented in this article. Energy dissipation from cyclic inelastic deformation is.