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What is the different between car’s tire and aircraft’s tire ?

What is the different between car’s tire and aircraft’s tire ?

–> What kind of material is in the cars and aircraft’s tire?
–> (cars and aircraft’s tire), which one can stand higher temp ?
–>Which one can stand more friction?

If the aircraft’s tire can stand more friction and higher temperature, then what kind of material are needed to became lasting higher temperature and more friction in cars tire ??

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4 Responses to “What is the different between car’s tire and aircraft’s tire ?”

  1. huskerred said :

    car tires cant fly …hardy har har

  2. aviophage said :

    Both are made of the same high-strength synthetic rubber products, and the same processes are used in their manufacture. The details are variable and complex, so you would do better to go to the source.

    Do an internet search on “Aircraft Tire Manufacturers.”

  3. phillipk_1959 said :

    Car tires are made for prolonged travel on the ground, aircraft tires are stronger and are at higher pressures to absorb land stresses (hitting the ground and spinning up to 150 miles an hour in less than a second).

  4. The Joker said :

    Aircraft tires can survive through heavy loads and are designed to stand through high crosswinds with stability, to channel water to prevent hydroplaning, and for braking traction. They’re mostly inflated with nitrogen in order to keep from expansion and contraction during extreme changes in temperature throughout the aircrafts flight. Aircraft tires generally operate at high pressures, up to 200 psi (13.8 bar) for several larger planes.

    They also include heat fuses, it’s to melt at a certain temperature. During a rejected take off or emergency tires tend to overheat, therefore the fuses prevents tire explosions by deflating in a controlled manner. So it minimizes the damage to an aircraft and objects in the surrounding environment.

    The main purpose of requiring nitrogen, instead of air, for certain transport planes, is I believe by about three cases in which the oxygen in air-filled tires combined with volatile gases gives off a severely overheated tire and it explodes by reaching auto ignition temperature. So overall, Nitrogen for tire inflation will eliminate the possibility of a tire explosion.

    Here’s a little history for car tires.

    Car tires, have a strong, flexible rubber casing attached to the rim of a wheel. Tires provide a gripping surface for traction and serve as a cushion for the wheels of a moving vehicle.

    Tires for most vehicles are pneumatic; air is held under pressure inside the tire. Until recently, pneumatic tires had an inner tube to hold the air pressure, but now pneumatic tires are designed to form a pressure seal with the rim of the wheel.

    Car tires are designed for the road, not to land on a runway over hundreds of miles per hour. If that were the case with its current design, it’d pop within seconds.

    So which can stand more friction: of course it’s the aircrafts tires. That counts for temperature too.


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