Aircraft Hydraulic System Market
- Feb 01, 2018 -
Aircraft Hydraulic System is being modified and developed by aerospace R&D personals as it has multiple advantages to it with efficient power saving and cost-effective resource management.
The Aircraft Hydraulic System Market has increasing need for highly reliable system, higher power to weight ratio of hydraulics system, low cooling cost due to low amount of heat generated, and wide range of load handling capacity of hydraulic system are major factors expected to drive the growth of the aircraft hydraulic system market in the coming years.
A little bit about Aircraft Hydraulic System!
Aircraft hydraulic system consists of the hydraulic fluid plus three major mechanical components. Those components are the “pressure generator” or hydraulic pump, the hydraulically powered “motor” which powers the component concerned and the system “plumbing” which contains and channels the fluid throughout the aircraft as required.
Market Value of Aircraft Hydraulic System According to the Experts:
The Aircraft Hydraulic System Market is expected to grow from USD 935.9 Million in 2016 to USD 1,158.5 Million by 2021, at a CAGR of 4.36% during the forecast period. The aircraft hydraulic system market has been segmented into open center and closed center hydraulic system. The closed center hydraulic system segment of the market is expected to witness high growth during the forecast period. Pilots depend on hydraulic system to operate systems, such as wheel brakes, nose wheel steering, landing gear operation, flight control surfaces, cargo doors, and propeller pitch controls.
In modern aircraft, some of the places that hydraulics come into play include primary flight controls, flap/slat drives, landing gear, nose wheel steering, thrust reversers, spoilers, rudders, cargo doors, and emergency hydraulic-driven electrical generators. Military aircraft also use hydraulics on gun drives, weapons-bay doors, and hydraulic-motor-driven-fan heat exchangers. Factors that must be addressed on an aircraft include pressure conditions (both internal and ambient), temperature extremes, weight, speed, materials, reliability, fluid compatibility, leaks, cost, noise, and redundancy.
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