Aircraft System Simulation Environment

Paper #:
  • 921514

Published:
  • 1992-11-01
Citation:
Segre, F., Castilho, J., Guimarães, F., and Cesar, C., "Aircraft System Simulation Environment," SAE Technical Paper 921514, 1992, https://doi.org/10.4271/921514.
Pages:
9
Abstract:
I - SUMMARYThe Aircraft System Simulation Environment was conceived to reduce the system development cycle time, increasing the intrinsic quality of the final product. The Environment helps the engineer in building a mathematical model of its aircraft system (electrical, mechanical, hydraulical, etc) and simulating it using CAD tools. The same information generated in the development phase (diagrams, netlists, data base of Fail and Maintenance messages for the Engine Indication and Crew Alert System -EICAS) is used, keeping consistency between engineer analysis and design data.System engineers have access to the following features: 1- Dynamic behaviour analysis 2- Functional (Logical) analysis 3- Failure analysis 4- Fail and Maintenance Messages Validation for the Engine Indication and Crew Alert System 5- Familiarization of system users
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