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Development of a smart wireless networkable sensor for aircraft engine health management

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2 Author(s)
Nickerson, B. ; Oceana Sensor Technol., Virginia Beach, VA, USA ; Lally, R.

Oceana Sensor Technologies (OST) is working with the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), DARPA, and the Office of Naval Research (ONR) under a cooperative agreement to develop a new class of networkable, smart sensors for prognostics and health management (PHM) aboard JSF, other aircraft, and industrial applications. We call these devices Intelligent Component Health Monitors or ICHMTM. The ICHM has been prototyped in relatively large form factors built for normal industrial environments. The effort described herein has several objectives targeted to deliver a class of devices ready to be incorporated into the JSF design. Specifically we will: 1) environmentally harden the ICHMTM design; 2) incorporate additional self-calibration/test functions; 3) integrate and demonstrate transducer technologies of Stewart Hughes Limited (SHL) with the Intelligent Component Health Monitor (ICHMTM); 4) integrate an ICHM-based engine sensor network; and 5) conduct testing in realistic engine and aircraft environments. This paper describe this development effort

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Aerospace Conference, 2001, IEEE Proceedings.  (Volume:7 )

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2001

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