This paper focuses on some aspects of the study and development of an Electrical Power Center (EPC) for aeronautical application tested in a flight demo channel up to 15000 ft (4500 m). The studied EPC is composed of several Solid State Power Controllers (SSPCs) each with a dedicated Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for the real time protection. All DSP communicate via CAN BUS with the main computer where are coded the energy management strategies. The paper reports the developed SSPC protection method with several simulation results. The work describe a typical workflow based on requirements analysis, specs derivation, design phase, physical implementation, testing phase, results analysis versus simulations and final equipment validation for flight.

Electrical Power Center with energy management capability for aeronautical applications

Rubino Luigi;
2016

Abstract

This paper focuses on some aspects of the study and development of an Electrical Power Center (EPC) for aeronautical application tested in a flight demo channel up to 15000 ft (4500 m). The studied EPC is composed of several Solid State Power Controllers (SSPCs) each with a dedicated Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for the real time protection. All DSP communicate via CAN BUS with the main computer where are coded the energy management strategies. The paper reports the developed SSPC protection method with several simulation results. The work describe a typical workflow based on requirements analysis, specs derivation, design phase, physical implementation, testing phase, results analysis versus simulations and final equipment validation for flight.
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