Автоматизация расчетной оценки долговечности бортовой радиоэлектронной аппаратуры авиационной техники
Automation estimate of durability onboard avionics aviation technology
Many electronic devices operate in a cyclic mode. This should be considered when forecastingreliability indicators at the design stage.The accuracy of the prediction and the planning for the event to ensure reliability depends on correctness of valuation and accounting greatest possiblenumber of factors. That in turn will affect the overall progress of the design and, in the end,result in the quality and competitiveness of products
Features of the application of standards for evaluation (predict) the reliability of mechanical and electromechanical devices and systems are considered. The main characteristics of the models of operational failure rate of mechanical components and provides recommendations for their use are given. The use of software tools that implement the methods for calculating reliability, can cause significant difficulties with the reliability of initial data.
The monograph contents totaled the many years results of Scientific school «The Automated System for Ensuring of Reliability and Quality of Equipment - ASONIKA» National research University «Higher school of Economics» (scientific supervisor of the Scientific school - academician of RANS, doctor of technical sciences, professor YU. Kofanov) and long-term cooperation with the scientists of Kiev Institute of mathematical machines and systems problems of the Ukrainian National Sciences Academy (Deputy Director on science, doctor of technical sciences V.P. Strelnikov). The final structure of the monograph had been formed in the discussion of modern problems of reliability aerospace electronic equipment at the XVII International scientific-technical conference «Systemic problems of reliability, quality, mathematical modelling, information and infocommunication technologies in innovation projects». This conference was dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the HSE. The book outlines the basics of probability-physical approach to the study and the assessment of the reliability of onboard aerospace equipment. Presents the methods of estimation of reliability parameters of electronic components, as according to reference data and test or operating results in the presence or absence of failures. Developed the methods of calculation of reliability parameters of mechanical elements of aerospace equipment as well as research methods reliability of redundant and non-redundant, non-renewable and renewable systems on the basis of adequate two-parameter distributions of diffusion. Established the theory of planning reliability test with lightweight, durable, including accelerated testing with new methods of processing the testing results and reliability assessment. We propose new methods of evaluation and prediction of the aerospace equipment reliability to measure the determining parameters. Developed methodology of the statistical characteristics evaluation of the degradation process for the study of single samples of aerospace equipment using information about its representative minobject (minibranch, mineralizatsiya). All problems of reliability, which is solved in this book (mathematical modeling, calculation and experimental evaluation of the reliability of systems) result in the identification of the time until failure (or to failure) distribution. It is proved that when assessing the reliability of onboard aerospace equipment, most accurate results diffusion DN-distribution. On the basis of the law of distribution can be carried out the evaluation of all the necessary parameters of aerospace equipment reliability (mathematical expectations developments, gamma-interest developments, the probability of non-failure operating time for the specified time, the residual resource and others). The book provides a large number of examples and problems, proving the effectiveness and efficiency of the proposed methods. Material monograph mostly taught HSE in the various courses of lectures. The monograph is intended for a wide circle of specialists working in the field design, testing and operation of onboard aerospace equipment, as well as students and graduate students of the HSE in the execution of their coursework, independent scientific research, and the preparation of graduation theses and dissertations.
Enterprises of Russia’s radio industry engaged in development and production of electronic instrumentation (EI) for space vehicles (SV), face problems of insuring reliability, and, first of all, problems of failure-free operation. Failures during EI acceptance tests and accidents at SV operation are real evidence of mentioned problems. One of the reasons of such situation is application of out-of-date and inaccurate methods of estimating the reliability of SV EI at the design stage where developers embed the reliability that will be realized during production and supported at the operation stage.
On the other hand, use of the "lower" estimates of failure-free operation parameters can lead to decrease of SV EI competitiveness, as this way in order to enhance reliability, manufactures unreasonably use various additional ways that lead to deterioration of economic, mass-dimensional and other indices. Therefore, increase of accuracy of estimating the reliability of SV EI with long terms of active existence is pressing problem, in particular for EI wherein redundancy as well as reconfiguration is used to ensure reliability.
The monograph presents results by professor Dr. A. Shalumov’s Research School of Modeling, Information Technology and Automated Systems (Russia). The program, ASONIKA, developed by the school is reviewed here regarding reliability and quality of devices for simulation of electronics and chips during harmonic and random vibration, single and multiple impacts, linear acceleration and acoustic noise, and steady-state and transient thermal effects. Calculations are done for thermal stress during changes in temperature and power in time. Calculations are done for number of cycles to fatigue failure under mechanical loads as well as under cyclic thermal effects. Simulation results for reliability analysis are taken into account. Models, software interface, and simulation examples are presented.
For engineers and scientists involved in design automation of electronics.
In this work we considered the problem of reducing the recovery time of the electronic means in general. It is revealed that the key role in the evaluation of this parameter is the time of trouble-shooting. A solution to this problem was proposed, by using automation tools to monitor the parameters of secondary power supplies.
The modern level of technological advance allows the use of CAD systems at all the stages of the electronic communication modules development, which allows the designers to discard the time-consuming process of manufacturing and testing an experimental prototype. To organize the interaction of various CADs the design techniques are used. The report discusses the integrated cross-cutting design technique implemented using National Instruments software products. Their advantages and disadvantages are evaluated. The use of the NI LabView made it possible to implement a dynamic calculation of reliability indicators through the use of NI LabView Multisim Connectivity Toolkit, which confirmed the possibility of realization an integrated cross-cutting design technique.
The problems of creating a model of electronic component failures for simulation of electronic equipment failures are considered. The model is designed to calculate the realizations of developments of electronic components in simulation. Unlike standardized models of failures of electronic components, the proposed model allows simultaneously to take into account their characteristics of non-failure, durability and storageability.
In this volume of “Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems”, we are pleased to present the proceedings of the 18th International Multidisciplinary Conference on Reliability and Statistics in Transportation and Communication (RelStat 2018), which took place in Riga in Latvia, from October 17 to October 20, 2018. This event belongs to a conference series started in 2001 and organized annually by the Transport and Telecommunication Institute (TTI) in Riga, Latvia. The mission of RelStat is to promote a more comprehensive approach supporting new ideas, theories, technologies, systems, tools, applications, as well as work in progress and activities on all theoretical and practical issues arising in transport, information, and communication technologies. Results of previous editions of RelStat were published by TTI Publishing House (RelStat 2001–2015) in the journal “Transport and Telecommunication” (ISSN 1407-6160), by Elsevier in the “Procedia Engineering” (RelStat 2016) and by Springer in “Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems” volume no. 36 (RelStat 2017). Design, implementation, operation, and maintenance of contemporary complex systems have brought many new challenges to “classic” reliability theory. We define complex systems as integrated unities of assets: technical, information, organization, economical, software, and human (users, administrators, and management) ones. Their complexity comes not only from their technical and organizational internal structure, which is built upon diverse hardware and software resources, but also from the complexity of information processes (data processing, monitoring, management, etc.) that must be executed in their specific environment.