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Development of Atmospheric Neutron Single Event Effects Analysis for Use in Safety Assessments
- Aerospace Standard
Published August 08, 2018 by SAE International in United States
Downloadable datasets availableAnnotation ability available
This document provides an example process for analyzing neutron Single Event Effects (SEE) for an electronic based airborne system for use in system safety assessments. This example has been used when the safety assessment process was in need of a SEE analysis.
This document provides an example process for analyzing neutron Single Event Effects (SEE) for an electronic based airborne system for use in system safety assessments.
|Aerospace Standard||Minimum Performance Standards for Static Electric Power Frequency Converters|
|Aerospace Standard||Airport Electrical Power System Harmonics|
|Aerospace Standard||Selection and Application of Electro-Mechanical Relays for Proper Performance|
Data Sets - Support Documents
|Table 1||SEE type description and component examples|
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|Table 2||Semiconductor devices sensitive to neutron SEE – example list|
|Table 3||Example List of semiconductor devices requiring no further analysis|
|Table 4||Monitor 1 SEE sensitive devices|
|Table 5||Command 1 SEE sensitive devices|
|Table 6||Monitor 1 component evaluation|
|Table 7||Command 1 component evaluation|
|Table 8||Monitor 1 SEE analysis table|
|Table 9||Command 1 quantitative evaluation|
|Table 10||Command 1 SEE analysis table|
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