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1st Edition - January 17, 2020
Authors: Guoqing Wang, Wenhao Zhao
The Principles of Integrated Technology in Avionics Systems describes how integration can improve flight operations, enhance system processing efficiency and equip resource… Read more
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The Principles of Integrated Technology in Avionics Systems describes how integration can improve flight operations, enhance system processing efficiency and equip resource integration. The title provides systematic coverage of avionics system architecture and ground system integration. Looking beyond hardware resource sharing alone, it guides the reader through the benefits and scope of a modern integrated avionics system. Integrated technology enhances the performance of organizations by improving system capacity and boosting efficiency. Avionics systems are the functional center of aircraft systems. System integration technology plays a vital role in the complex world of avionics and an integrated avionics system will fully-address systems, information and processes.
System engineers, design engineers, test engineers, and project development team members in aerospace and aircraft programs; postgraduate students and researchers in aerospace, manufacturing, and mechanical engineering; systems scientists; organizational development specialists
Chapter 1 Background introduction1.1 Introduction1.1.1 The concept of avionics systems1.1.2 The tasks of avionics systems1.1.3 Capabilities of the avionics system1.2 The components of the avionics system1.2.1 Organization requirements of flight task and capacity1.2.2 The organization mode of the avionics system1.2.3 The modern organization mode of the avionics system1.3 The development direction of the avionics system integration1.3.1 The integration orienting to the optimization of flight application organization1.3.2 The integration oriented to the optimization of system function organization1.3.3 The integration oriented to the optimization of equipment resources1.4 Summary
Chapter 2 The organization and architecture of the avionics system2.1 The current organization architecture of the avionics system2.1.1 Separated avionics system architecture2.1.2 Federated avionics system architecture2.1.3 The Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) system architecture2.1.4 The Distributed Integrated Modular Avionics (DIMA) system architecture2.2 Hierarchical avionics system architecture2.2.1 The system application requirements and task organization2.2.2 The function organization required by system capability2.2.3 The system resource requirements and operation organization2.3 The organization mode of the hierarchical avionics system2.3.1 Application task organization2.3.2 System function organization2.3.3 Physical equipment organization2.4 Summary
Chapter 3 The requirement organization of the avionics system3.1 The characteristics and composition of systemic application tasks3.1.1 Organization and requirements of flight applications3.1.2 The division and contents of flight phases3.1.3 The requirements and composition of flight tasks3.2 Characteristics and composition of systemic functional capability3.2.1 Systemic functional organization requirements3.2.2 Scene management functional organization3.2.3 Functional organization of takeoff and climb3.2.4 Cruise flight functional organization3.2.5 Descent approach functional organization3.3 The characteristics and composition of systemic resources capability3.3.1 Resource capability and resource type organization3.3.2 Resource operation and resource process organization3.3.3 Resource effectiveness and resource management organization3.4 Summary
Chapter 4 Integrated technology for the application tasks of avionics system4.1 Flight task organization and architecture4.1.1 Flight plan requirement4.1.2 Flight process organization4.1.3 Flight operation management4.2 Flight scenario identification and organization4.2.1 Flight environment4.2.2 Flight situation4.2.3 Flight scenarios4.3 Flight task identification and organization4.3.1 Task awareness4.3.2 Task identification4.3.3 Task organization4.4 Flight task operation and management4.4.1 Current flight plan operation management4.4.2 Current flight environment operation management4.4.3 Current flight task operation management4.5 System application task integration4.5.1 Flight scenario organization integration4.5.2 Flight task organization and integration4.5.3 Flight task operation management and integration4.6 Summary
Chapter 5 Integrated technology of avionics system functional organization5.1 System function platform and architecture organization5.1.1 Discipline capability oriented functional organization5.1.2 Functional organization oriented to processing logic5.1.3 Functional organization oriented to platform management5.1.4 Functional integration for processing efficiency and quality5.2 System functional discipline organization5.2.1 Task target guidance mode5.2.2 Task nature guidance mode5.2.3 Task area guidance mode5.3 System function logical organization5.3.1 Information organization processing mode5.3.2 Discipline organization processing mode5.3.3 Platform organization processing mode5.4 Function operation management5.4.1 Task configuration mode5.4.2 Function operation mode5.4.3 Platform operation management5.5 Functional integration organization5.5.1 Functional discipline integration oriented to target task requirements5.5.2 Functional logic integration oriented to functional processing requirements5.5.3 Functional capabilities integration oriented to functional organization needs5.6 Summary
Chapter 6 Avionics system physical resources integration technology6.1 Physical resource capabilities and composition6.1.1 Physical resource capability requirements6.1.2 Physical resources organization requirements6.1.3 Physical resources integration requirements6.2 General computing and processing resources6.2.1 General computing resource organization6.2.2 General computing resource operation period6.2.3 General computing resource operation mode6.3 Dedicated computing and processing resources6.3.1 Dedicated computing resource organization6.3.2 Dedicated computing resource operating mode6.3.3 Dedicated processing algorithm resource mode6.4 Dedicated physical resources6.4.1 Dedicated analog processing physical resources6.4.2 Dedicated RF processing physical resources6.4.3 Dedicated power supply organization physical resources6.5 Resource organization and integration6.5.1 Physical integration mechanism and ideas6.5.2 General computing resource integration6.5.3 Dedicated computing resource integration6.5.4 Dedicated physical operation resource integration6.6 Summary
Chapter 7 Avionics organization integration7.1 System application, capability and equipment organization7.1.1 Flight application task organization7.1.2 System function capability organization7.1.3 System physical equipment organization7.2 System application task process integration7.2.1 Application task architecture organization7.2.2 Task generation process and task organization process7.2.3 Task capabilities, activities, and behavioral organizations7.2.4 Organization and integration of tasks7.3 System function processing integration7.3.1 System function architecture organization7.3.2 Function generation process and function organization process7.3.3 Functional capabilities, logic and operational organization7.3.4 Functional organization and integration7.4 System physical resource operation process integration7.4.1 System physical architecture organization7.4.2 Resource generation process and resource organization process7.4.3 Resource capabilities, operations, and status organization7.4.4 Resources organization and integration7.5 System organization process and integration7.5.1 System integration space and comprehensive task composition7.5.2 System task integration, functional integration and physical integration content7.5.3 Comprehensive technical classification and technical organization architecture7.6 Summary
Chapter 8 Typical integrated avionics system architecture8.1 Federated organization system integration8.1.1 Operational organization based on equipment domain8.1.2 Function requirements based on equipment capabilities8.1.3 Integration of function results based on system capabilities8.2 IMA architecture system integration8.2.1 IMA platform resource organization8.2.2 IMA system organization architecture8.2.3 IMA system integration mode8.3 DIMA architecture system integration8.3.1 DIMA system virtual space8.3.2 DIMA system physical space8.3.3 DIMA system integration8.4 Summary
Chapter 9 Testing and verification of the integrated avionics system 9.1 Testing and verification organization of system development process9.1.1 System development and verification hierarchy organization9.1.2 System development process organization and verification9.1.3 System integration process organization and verification9.2 System application integrated testing and verification organization9.2.1 Test and verification of flight scenarios integration9.2.2 Integrated test and verification of flight mission integration9.2.3 Integrated test and verification of flight management9.3 System function integrated test and verification organization9.3.1 System function discipline integrated test and verification9.3.2 System function unit integrated test and verification9.3.3 System function process integrated test and verification9.4 System physical integrated testing and verification organization9.4.1 Integrated testing and verification of equipment resource capabilities9.4.2 Equipment hosted application integrated testing and verification9.4.3 Integrated test and verification of equipment operation management9.5 Summary