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System Health Management: with Aerospace Applicationsprovides the first complete reference text for System HealthManagement (SHM), the set of technologies and processes used toimprove system dependability. Edited by a team of engineers andconsultants with SHM design, development, and research experiencefrom NASA, industry, and academia, each heading up sections intheir own areas of expertise and co-coordinating contributions fromleading experts, the book collates together in one text thestate-of-the-art in SHM research, technology, and applications. Ithas been written primarily as a reference…mehr

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System Health Management: with Aerospace Applicationsprovides the first complete reference text for System HealthManagement (SHM), the set of technologies and processes used toimprove system dependability. Edited by a team of engineers andconsultants with SHM design, development, and research experiencefrom NASA, industry, and academia, each heading up sections intheir own areas of expertise and co-coordinating contributions fromleading experts, the book collates together in one text thestate-of-the-art in SHM research, technology, and applications. Ithas been written primarily as a reference text for practitioners,for those in related disciplines, and for graduate students inaerospace or systems engineering. There are many technologies involved in SHM and no single personcan be an expert in all aspects of the discipline.SystemHealth Management: with Aerospace Applications provides anintroduction to the major technologies, issues, and references inthese disparate but related SHM areas. Since SHM has evolved mostrapidly in aerospace, the various applications described in thisbook are taken primarily from the aerospace industry. However, thetheories, techniques, and technologies discussed are applicable tomany engineering disciplines and application areas. Readers will find sections on the basic theories and concepts ofSHM, how it is applied in the system life cycle (architecture,design, verification and validation, etc.), the most importantmethods used (reliability, quality assurance, diagnostics,prognostics, etc.), and how SHM is applied in operations(commercial aircraft, launch operations, logistics, etc.), tosubsystems (electrical power, structures, flight controls, etc.)and to system applications (robotic spacecraft, tactical missiles,rotorcraft, etc.).

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 664
  • Erscheinungstermin: 01.06.2011
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781119994046
  • Artikelnr.: 38401583
Autorenporträt
Dr Stephen B. Johnson is a Heath Management Systems Engineer at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in the USA, as well as an associate research professor at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. He has been active in the field of SHM for over 20 years, and has authored many research papers on the topic. He has also authored or edited 3 books in the aerospace field including The Secret of Apollo: Systems Management in American and European Space Programs. Mr Thomas Gormley has been involved with the NASA Aerospace industry for over 20 years, and was the Integrated Vehicle Health Management Project Leader for Rockwell Space Systems during the early 1990s. He brings expertise in systems implementation to the project. Dr Seth S. Kessler is president and owner of Metis Design Corporation, a design consulting firm specializing in custom sensing solutions. He brings expertise in structural health monitoring and composite materials to the project. Mr Charles Mott is a business analyst with the Tauri group, currently under contract at NASA. He brings expertise in the socio-technical aspects of large-scale technological projects to the project. Dr Ann Patterson-Hine is Group Leader of the Health Management Technologies Group at the Ames Research Center. She brings expertise on the use of engineering models for model-based reasoning in advanced monitoring and diagnostic systems to the project. Dr Karl Reichard is head of the ARL Penn State Monitoring and Automation Department. He brings expertise in the implementation of signal processing, control and embedded diagnost Mr Philip A. Scandura, Jr joined Honeywell in 1984 where he currently holds the position of Staff Scientist in their Advanced Technology Organization. He brings expertise in the system definition and implementation of real-time, embedded systems for use in safety-critical and mission-critical applications to the project.
Inhaltsangabe
About the Editors xxiii List of Contributors xxv Foreword xxix Preface xxxiii Part One THE SOCIO-TECHNICAL CONTEXT OF SYSTEM HEALTH MANAGEMENT Charles D. Mott 1 The Theory of System Health Management 3 Stephen B. Johnson Overview 3 Bibliography 26 2 Multimodal Communication 29 Beverly A. Sauer Overview 29 Acknowledgments 43 Bibliography 43 3 Highly Reliable Organizations 49 Andrew Wiedlea Overview 49 Bibliography 61 4 Knowledge Management 65 Edward W. Rogers Overview 65 Bibliography 75 5 The Business Case for SHM 77 Kirby Keller and James Poblete Overview 77 Bibliography 91 Part Two SHM AND THE SYSTEM LIFECYCLE Seth S. Kessler 6 Health Management Systems Engineering and Integration 95 Timothy J. Wilmering and Charles D. Mott Overview 95 Acknowledgments 112 Bibliography 112 7 Architecture 115 Ryan W. Deal and Seth S. Kessler Overview 115 Bibliography 127 8 System Design and Analysis Methods 129 Irem Y. Tumer Overview 129 Acknowledgments 142 Bibliography 142 9 Assessing and Maturing Technology Readiness Levels 145 Ryan M. Mackey Overview 145 Bibliography 157 10 Verification and Validation 159 Lawrence Z. Markosian
Martin S. Feather and David E. Brinza Overview 159 Acknowledgments 181 Bibliography 181 11 Certifying Vehicle Health Monitoring Systems 185 Seth S. Kessler
Thomas Brotherton and Grant A. Gordon Overview 185 Acknowledgments 194 Bibliography 194 Part Three ANALYTICAL METHODS Ann Patterson-Hine 12 Physics of Failure 199 Kumar V. Jata and Triplicane A. Parthasarathy Overview 199 Bibliography 216 13 Failure Assessment 219 Robyn Lutz and Allen Nikora Overview 219 Acknowledgments 230 Bibliography 230 14 Reliability 233 William Q. Meeker and Luis A. Escobar Overview 233 Acknowledgments 250 Bibliography 250 15 Probabilistic Risk Assessment 253 William E. Vesely Overview 253 Bibliography 263 16 Diagnosis 265 Ann Patterson-Hine
Gordon B. Aaseng
Gautam Biswas
Sriram Narashimhan and Krishna Pattipati Overview 265 Acknowledgments 277 Bibliography 277 17 Prognostics 281 Michael J. Roemer
Carl S. Byington
Gregory J. Kacprzynski
George Vachtsevanos and Kai Goebel Overview 281 Bibliography 293 Part Four OPERATIONS Karl M. Reichard 18 Quality Assurance 299 Brian K. Hughitt Overview 299 Bibliography 308 19 Maintainability: Theory and Practice 309 Gary O'Neill Overview 309 Bibliography 317 20 Human Factors 319 Robert S. McCann and Lilly Spirkovska Overview 319 Bibliography 336 21 Launch Operations 339 Robert D. Waterman
Patricia E. Nicoli
Alan J. Zide
Susan J. Waterman
Jose M. Perotti
Robert A. Ferrell and Barbara L. Brown Overview 339 Bibliography 349 22 Fault Management Techniques in Human Spaceflight Operations 351 Brian O'Hagan and Alan Crocker Overview 351 Bibliography 367 23 Military Logistics 369 Eddie C. Crow and Karl M. Reichard Overview 369 Bibliography 386 Part Five SUBSYSTEM HEALTH MANAGEMENT Philip A. Scandura
Jr. 24 Aircraft Propulsion Health Management 389 Al Volponi and Bruce Wood Overview 389 Bibliography 402 25 Intelligent Sensors for Health Management 405 Gary W. Hunter
Lawrence G. Oberle
George Y. Baaklini
Jose M. Perotti and Todd Hong Overview 405 Acknowledgments 417 Bibliography 417 26 Structural Health Monitoring 419 Fu-Kuo Chang
Johannes F.C. Markmiller
Jinkyu Yang and Yujun Kim Overview 419 Acknowledgments 427 Bibliography 427 27 Electrical Power Health Management 429 Robert M. Button and Amy Chicatelli Overview 429 Bibliography 442 28 Avionics Health Management 445 Michael D. Watson
Kosta Varnavas
Clint Patrick
Ron Hodge
Carl S. Byington
Savio Chau and Edmund C. Baroth Overview 445 Bibliography 464 29 Failure-Tolerant Architectures for Health Management 467 Daniel P. Siewiorek and Priya Narasimhan Overview 467 Acknowledgments 481 Bibliography 481 30 Flight Control Health Management 483 Douglas J. Zimpfer Overview 483 Bibliography 494 31 Life Support Health Management 497 David Kortenkamp
Gautam Biswas and Eric-Jan Manders Overview 497 Bibliography 510 32 Software 513 Philip A. Scandura
Jr. Overview 513 Bibliography 518 Part Six SYSTEM APPLICATIONS Thomas J. Gormley 33 Launch Vehicle Health Management 523 Edward N. Brown
Anthony R. Kelley and Thomas J. Gormley Overview 523 Bibliography 541 34 Robotic Spacecraft Health Management 543 Paula S. Morgan Overview 543 Bibliography 554 35 Tactical Missile Health Management 555 Abdul J. Kudiya and Stephen A. Marotta Overview 555 Bibliography 564 36 Strategic Missile Health Management 565 Gregory A. Ruderman Overview 565 Bibliography 574 37 Rotorcraft Health Management 577 Paula J. Dempsey and James J. Zakrajsek Overview 577 Bibliography 585 38 Commercial Aviation Health Management 589 Philip A. Scandura
Jr.
Michael Christensen
Daniel Lutz and Gary Bird Overview 589 Bibliography 603 Glossary 605 Acronyms 607 Index 617