System Health Management: with Aerospace Applications provides the first complete reference text for System Health Management (SHM), the set of technologies and processes used to improve system dependability. Edited by a team of engineers and consultants with SHM design, development, and research experience from NASA, industry, and academia, each heading up sections in their own areas of expertise and co-coordinating contributions from leading experts, the book collates together in one text the state-of-the-art in SHM research, technology, and applications. It has been written primarily as a reference text for practitioners, for those in related disciplines, and for graduate students in aerospace or systems engineering. There are many technologies involved in SHM and no single person can be an expert in all aspects of the discipline.System Health Management: with Aerospace Applications provides an introduction to the major technologies, issues, and references in these disparate but related SHM areas. Since SHM has evolved most rapidly in aerospace, the various applications described in this book are taken primarily from the aerospace industry. However, the theories, techniques, and technologies discussed are applicable to many engineering disciplines and application areas. Readers will find sections on the basic theories and concepts of SHM, how it is applied in the system life cycle (architecture, design, verification and validation, etc.), the most important methods used (reliability, quality assurance, diagnostics, prognostics, etc.), and how SHM is applied in operations (commercial aircraft, launch operations, logistics, etc.), to subsystems (electrical power, structures, flight controls, etc.) and to system applications (robotic spacecraft, tactical missiles, rotorcraft, etc.).An early example of CMC technology was introduced by Boeing and Rockwell- Collins on the 747-400 aircraft in 1989. ... that is, one or more physical LRUs dedicated to the performance of each aircraft function, with dedicated connections to control panels, sensors, and effectors. ... Although the benefits of a modular avionics system were many, it was identified that troubleshooting and repair of such aanbsp;...
|Title||:||System Health Management|
|Author||:||Stephen B Johnson, Thomas Gormley, Seth Kessler, Charles Mott, Ann Patterson-Hine, Karl Reichard, Philip Scandura, Jr.|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2011-06-01|