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Plus, during take off the empennage pushing the rear of the aircraft down to pitch up add pressure on wheels, and this was for example one big design flaw on the Concorde:
Because of the way Concorde's delta-wing generated lift, the undercarriage had to be unusually strong. [...] Combined with the high airspeed at rotation (199 knots indicated airspeed), this increased the stresses on the main undercarriage in a way that was initially unexpected during the development and required a major redesign..
I feel like addind a mobile canard in front of the plane would help to rise the nose up to take off.
Why are "canards" not used on commercial aircraft?
Edit about possible duplicate: I do not feel it is a duplicate of this question because "my" plane would be a three-surface aircraft with a canard, a main wing (not delta but classic) and conventional tail-plane. The canard would be mobile and add pitch control.