3 edition of Fiber optic control system integration for advanced aircraft found in the catalog.
Fiber optic control system integration for advanced aircraft
by Lewis Research Center, NASA, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Cleveland, Ohio], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Electro-optic and sensor fabrication, integration, and environmental testing for flight control systems.|
|Statement||Bradley L. Kessler.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 195408., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-195408.|
|Contributions||Lewis Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
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Fiber optic control system integration for advanced aircraft electro-optic and sensor fabrication, integration, and environmental testing for flight test results (SuDoc NAS ) by Bradley L. Kessler | Jan 1, Get this from a library.
Fiber optic control system integration for advanced aircraft: electro-optic and sensor fabrication, integration, and environmental testing for flight control systems: laboratory test results.
[Bradley L Kessler; Lewis Research Center.]. Get this from a library. Fiber optic control system integration for advanced aircraft: electro-optic and sensor fabrication, integration, and environmental testing for flight control systems.
[Daniel W Seal; Lewis Research Center.;]. The aircraft will be modified to accommodate the fiber optic data bus by the addition of ruggedized fiber optic cable, connectors & star couplers.
Three. Fiber-optic communication is a method of transmitting information from one place to another by sending pulses of light through an optical light forms an electromagnetic carrier wave that is modulated to carry information.
Fiber is preferred over electrical cabling when high bandwidth, long distance, or immunity to electromagnetic interference are required.
Today’s aircraft increasingly rely on digital technology and complex electronic systems, not just for instrumentation, navigation, and communications, but even for flight controls, system monitoring, maintenance planning, and more and more.
Fiber optics and fly-by-wire is no longer the exception, but the rule. In more advanced applications, fiber optic sensors control actuators that allow materials to adapt to their environment. This gives rise to the names, "smart," "intelligent," and/or "adaptive" materials or structures.
Structural Monitoring with Fiber Optic Technology is the firs single author book on the new field of fiber optic structural Cited by: This book is the first to address the field of structurally integrated fiber optic sensors.
Fiber optic sensors embedded within materials and systems are able to measure a variety of parameters (i.e. temperature, vibration, deformation, strain, etc.) that allows for real time non-destructive evaluation. Examples include the following: monitoring structural fatigue in aging aircraft or.
A team of Pratt & Whitney, McDonnell Aircraft, Hamilton Standard, and United Technologies Research Center have developed the conceptual design of an optic engine control system, under a contract from NASA Lewis, entitled Fiber Optic Control System Integration (FOCSI).Cited by: 1.
Fiber optic control system integration for advanced aircraft [microform]: electro-optic and sensor fabr Design of high performance multivariable control systems for supermaneuverable aircraft at high angle of Development of a knowledege acquisition tool for an expert system flight status monitor [microform] / Ja.
The book recommends the immediate expansion of research on advanced aircraft that travel at subsonic speeds and research on designs that will meet expected future demands for supersonic and short-haul aircraft, including helicopters, commuter aircraft, "tiltrotor," and other advanced vehicle designs.
The implementation strategy for this avionics architecture is the system-wide use of common modular building blocks using advanced microelectronics such as VHSIC, standard 3/4 ATR modules and integrated racks, and interconnected by fiber optic networks. The generic integration approach and architecture produced by the PAVE PILLAR program is the.
Integration and test of a fiber optic gyro AHRS into a fly-by-light aircraft configuration Nicholas J. Kormanik Proc. SPIEFly-by-Light III, pg (14 October ); doi: / Optical Fiber Telecommunications VI (A&B) is the sixth in a series that has chronicled the progress in the R&D of lightwave communications since the early s.
Written by active authorities from academia and industry, this edition brings a fresh look to many essential topics, including devices, subsystems, systems and networks.
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Unlike wired or fiber-optic communication channels, the concept architecture for establishing all-optical broadband Internet access developed and described in this book. Figure is a simplified block diagram depicting how the diagnostic system interfaces with the engine control for the FPW engine mentioned above (Khalid, ).
When a control system fault or an anomalous engine event is detected, the pertinent aircraft and engine conditions are stored in memory for later use by maintenance technicians. Abstract. The microbend sensor was one of the earliest fiber optic sensors. Microbend losses have always been a curse to the fiber optic cable designer, but it is this very same microbend loss effect in optical fibers which was exploited by the microbend sensor designer who adapted the microbend effect to the measurement of many physical parameters and physical variables Cited by: 9.
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Fibre optic cables are widely used in telecommunication and network. It is known for its properties which is lighter than standard copper wire, able to carry multiple signals in single cable, no electrical current involved in the cable, cheaper than copper cable because it is made from silica (glass), and does not List of abbreviations FBW- Fly-by-Wire FBL- Fly-by-Light .Reliable Protection in Harsh Environments—The SEL operates in extreme conditions, with an operating temperature of –40° to +85°C (–40° to +°F), and it is designed and tested to exceed applicable standards, including vibration, electromagnetic compatibility, and adverse environmental addition, the SEL is ATEX- and Underwriters Laboratories .Future advances in aircraft basic flight control and integration of other avionics subsystems accompanied by a need for total avionics system integration wi 11 demand changes in both intra- and inter-subsystem data transfers.
These changes, which are due to many factors, include:File Size: 3MB.