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Document for Electric Power Management
- Aerospace Standard
Published May 16, 2011 by SAE International in United States
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This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practices (ARP) covers the definitions, functions and broad application guidelines of modern aerospace vehicle electric power management systems. As aerospace control systems have become more sophisticated and autonomous, the electric power subsystem no longer is just a generation and distribution bus control system. New electric power systems include integration of individual load logic control, protection, generation, distribution, and load management. This system can report to a higher level control system, typically a vehicle management system, or can be an autonomous system within itself reporting and responding to operator commands.
|Aerospace Standard||Electric Power, Aircraft, Characteristics and Utilization of|
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AE-7B Power Management, Distribution and Storage
The AE-7B Power Management, Distrib ution and Storage Committee is established to provide a forum for gathering and disseminating technical information between suppliers and users of power management equipment, power converters, and their associated control elements. The committee will also develop the guidelines and standards to facilitate the design and use of power management equipment for future applications.
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