Enhanced emulation techniques for aircraft systems

@inproceedings{Gan2014EnhancedET,
  title={Enhanced emulation techniques for aircraft systems},
  author={Chengwei Gan},
  year={2014}
}
The increasing electrical load demand on on-board (aircraft, marine, automotive, commercial vehicles and rail) power networks, together with the proposed embedded electrical generators introduces new challenges including the potential for engine-generator-electrical system interactions. Accurately emulating such systems is essential to enable the identification and mitigation of such interactions to ensure reliable, robust operation. In this thesis, an advanced emulation method which cancels… CONTINUE READING

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