Design Considerations for Electrohydrostatic Actuators
This four-hour short course will provide an overview of design considerations for electrohydrostatic actuation for transport and business aircraft applications. The instructor will present the critical topics of electrohydrostatic actuation (EHA) from a systems development perspective (V-Approach). Beginning with aircraft system requirements, the instructors will then guide participants through EHA subsystem requirements, component design, component verification test, aircraft integration, and use. Also included will be a short history of the evolution of EHA technology, and an overview of the advantages and system tradeoffs for selection of electrohydrostatic actuation on aircraft.
Describe the evolution of EHA for aircraft flight controls
Evaluate the unique advantages/disadvantages of EHA in flight control applications
Establish an awareness of high level aircraft system and requirements for EHA
Explain basic design considerations for EHA
Identify unique test and verification methodologies for EHA
Describe important considerations for aircraft integration
Evaluate key lessons learned about EHA development and aircraft usage
Is This Course For You
This seminar is intended for engineers and other key personnel involved in the design and specification of hydraulically powered flight and utility control actuation systems including fluid power, electrical, and systems engineering disciplines and those involved with aircraft certification. In addition, this seminar will benefit other key personnel desiring an understanding of aircraft electrohydrostatic actuation systems.
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