Prognostics and Health Management Guidelines for Electro-Mechanical Actuators
- Aerospace Standard
Progressively improve the EMA robustness; PHM algorithms can initially provide indication of the onset of a fault, while more sophisticated reasoning functions can then assess the remaining useful life and contribute to the safety of flight.
Minimize the unscheduled maintenance events, thereby increasing the EMA availability.
Facilitate maintenance operations and troubleshooting.
Simplify the supply chain.
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|Table 1||Fault evaluation scores for defect rate, fault severity, and replaceability|
|Table 2||EMAs signals for PHM system|
The scope of the committee is to accumulate, develop and disseminate integrated vehicle health management system technology and experience relating to the following groups --Civil fixed and rotary wing air vehicles, Military fixed and rotary wing air vehicles, Unmanned fixed and rotary wing air vehicles, Data processing equipment, systems and software, and Air vehicle maintenance platforms. While aspects pertaining to space vehicles are not specifically included, the committee’s scope could be expanded to include space should the need or demand so require.