Modern aircraft hosts a large number of electric systems. Due to the transition to a More Electrical Aircraft, future platforms will use even more electric systems. This increases the complexity of the EWIS design from an EMC point of view. When possible, segregation between potentially interfering cables or bundles is a convenient solution to avoid EMC problems. Due to the huge number of installation configurations, the evaluation of the minimal segregation distance between two interacting bundles can be unfeasible. To overcome this situation, a specialized tool has been developed, based on a statistical approach for the analysis of the interaction between couples of bundles. In the paper, the different modules needed for this analysis are detailed and described. Some canonical analysis are then reported to show the capabilities of the tool.

Design-oriented EMC analysis of wiring systems

Antonini G.;Astorino M. D.;
2020

Abstract

Modern aircraft hosts a large number of electric systems. Due to the transition to a More Electrical Aircraft, future platforms will use even more electric systems. This increases the complexity of the EWIS design from an EMC point of view. When possible, segregation between potentially interfering cables or bundles is a convenient solution to avoid EMC problems. Due to the huge number of installation configurations, the evaluation of the minimal segregation distance between two interacting bundles can be unfeasible. To overcome this situation, a specialized tool has been developed, based on a statistical approach for the analysis of the interaction between couples of bundles. In the paper, the different modules needed for this analysis are detailed and described. Some canonical analysis are then reported to show the capabilities of the tool.
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