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Technology program oriented

FBW Project Report and Update – Day 1

Technology Program Oriented

David Russel

Flight Research Laboratory

Institute of Aerospace Research

National Research Council Canada

Last Update: MM / DD / YY


Technology program oriented

  • Title - Wireless passive acoustic emission sensors for structural and spacecraft health monitoring

    • Topic Supported – Wi - Sense

  • Last Update – 24 August 2010


Overview

Overview

Description of Technology Development: Wi-SENSE aims to address the need for passive wireless thermal, acceleration, and acoustic emission sensors for structural health monitoring. This includes the distribution of sensor networks and the necessity for large quantities of sensors for testing and monitoring large structures.

History and Background: Wireless passive acoustic emission sensors for structural and spacecraft health monitoring project was decided to be developed by the Wi-SENSE Project Consortium as part of the CANEUS FBW Consortia.

Scope:The major tasks related to the project are the development of transmitter, receiver, antenna design, signal processing algorithm design, h/w / s/w integration and testing.

Resource Commitment: The proposed team to lead the Wi-SENSE project consortium consists of NASA LaRC, Flight Research Laboratory IAR-NRC, ASR&D Corp, GE Global Research, Bell Hellicopter, CLS3, McGill University, University of Liverpool, CNM-Spain, University of Sherbrooke and University of Arizona.

Budget:The projected high level budget was $200K . Funding expected from NIF 2010/2011


Relevance to workshop goals

Relevance to Workshop Goals

Open Innovation: NRC – IAR ‘s culture is to partnering, collaboration and co-development of IP with external organizations such as universities and application related industries.

Strategic Value: The strategic value of this project to NRC – IAR - FRL is quite significant and the technology can be readily applied to the existing NRC aircrafts and helicopters..

Areas of Mutual Benefit: Wireless Instrumentation and design, Passive wireless sensor tags etc. are the conference topic areas impacted by this project.

State why it is important that this work be done now : Aircraft Safety


Accomplishments to date

Accomplishments to Date

Identify Tasks Completed: High level design completed

Identify Deliverables Completed: Requirements specification documents.

Identify any outstanding Issues: Detailed design of the project and funds

What is the current IP landscape for this project: Signal processing algorithm design, antenna design etc.


Outreach

Outreach

Efforts of External Organizations: NASA LaRC, Flight Research Laboratory IAR-NRC, ASR&D Corp, GE Global Research, Bell Hellicopter, CLS3, McGill University, University of Liverpool, CNM-Spain, University of Sherbrooke and University of Arizona.

History of Efforts In the Aerospace Community. Transceiver design, signal processing algorithm design, antenna design etc.

Leverage the Efforts of Others: NASA LaRC, Flight Research Laboratory IAR-NRC, ASR&D Corp, GE Global Research, Bell Hellicopter, CLS3, McGill University, University of Liverpool, CNM-Spain, University of Sherbrooke and University of Arizona.


Applications

Applications

Aerospace Applications: Structural health monitoring for aircrafts and space vehicles

Other Applications: Large structures of various production plants


Regulatory compliance issues

Regulatory Compliance Issues

Export Control: Nothing at this time

Regulatory Compliance: Frequency band


What s next

What’s Next

Next Tasks: Detailed design specification, implementation plan, detailed cost estimation, etc.

Collaboration: Universities / Industries

Funding Requirements: NIF, NRC – IRAP and other sources


Questions

Questions


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