Due to the large amount of electrical equipment aboard modern aircraft, several EMC problems appear which can be tackled by filtering disturbances at the equipment inputs and shielding cable links (braiding, covering, over-braiding). Among the others, the segregation between interfering cables or bundles of cables becomes crucial to ensure that coupling constraints will not exceed the equipment susceptibility threshold. The aim of this work is to statistically characterize the coupling between cable bundles and its minimization by optimization under stochastic constraints. The Monte Carlo method is used, and an interpolation scheme based on Smolyak grids is investigated to accelerate the computation.

Statistical Characterization of Segregation Distance among Cable Bundles Aboard Aircraft

Astorino M. D.;Antonini G.
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2020

Abstract

Due to the large amount of electrical equipment aboard modern aircraft, several EMC problems appear which can be tackled by filtering disturbances at the equipment inputs and shielding cable links (braiding, covering, over-braiding). Among the others, the segregation between interfering cables or bundles of cables becomes crucial to ensure that coupling constraints will not exceed the equipment susceptibility threshold. The aim of this work is to statistically characterize the coupling between cable bundles and its minimization by optimization under stochastic constraints. The Monte Carlo method is used, and an interpolation scheme based on Smolyak grids is investigated to accelerate the computation.
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