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Landing Gear Vibrational Analysis

Landing Gear Vibrational Analysis

Landing Gear Vibrational Analysis

I would highly appreciate it if I can get some articles/textbooks that discuss/outlines the vibration of a landing gear in an aircraft.  The names of of above and where to find them would be excellent. Thanks

RE: Landing Gear Vibrational Analysis

I don't know that they would part with it for proprietary reasons, but certainly the flight test analysis group at Boeing (still in Seattle) probably has such data.  The group is housed at Boeing Field (aka King County Airport) right smack dab under the northern SeaTac approach.

RE: Landing Gear Vibrational Analysis

I don't know where you are located in the world, but I'd be more than willing to take you around Messier-Dowty's test engineering centre in Gloucester, UK where we are currently testing Airbus and military aircraft landing gears for noise and vibration reduction.

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