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Presented by Mark Stinson Operations Director. Introduction. Substantial improvements are needed to aircraft and engine health monitoring and management technologies, services and processes.

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introduction
Introduction

Substantial improvements are needed to aircraft and engine health monitoring and management technologies, services and processes.

Working towards a global maintenance system by integrating interoperable aircraft and ground segments ……… will ensure continuous aircraft availability by minimising operational disruptions and the associated costs, while increasing the level of safety.

introduction1
Introduction

Substantial improvements are needed to aircraft and engine health monitoring and management technologies, services and processes.

Working towards a global maintenance system by integrating interoperable aircraft and ground segments ……… will ensure continuous aircraft availability by minimising operational disruptions and the associated costs, while increasing the level of safety.

This aBIGsubject

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Introduction

Substantial improvements are needed to aircraft and engine health monitoring and management technologies, services and processes.

Working towards a global maintenance system by integrating interoperable aircraft and ground segments ……… will ensure continuous aircraft availability by minimising operational disruptions and the associated costs, while increasing the level of safety.

This aBIGsubject

Data is the Key

data is the key
Data is the source of information that can report the condition of:

Aircraft avionics

Data is the Key

This can be achieved by interfacing to an existing aircraft avionics bus or by direct connection to avionic units

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Data is the source of information that can report the condition of:

Aircraft avionics

Aircraft utility systems

Data is the Key

Again, by interfacing to an existing aircraft avionics bus or by direct connection to the utility

data is the key2
Data is the source of information that can report the condition of:

Aircraft avionics

Aircraft utility systems

Aircraft sub-systems

Data is the Key

As before, by interfacing to an existing aircraft avionics bus or by direct connection to the sub-system

data is the key3
Data is the source of information that can report the condition of:

Aircraft avionics

Aircraft utility systems

Aircraft sub-systems

Aircraft structure

Data is the Key

This usually requires dedicated sensors to be fitted in carefully selected locations

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Data is the source of information that can report the condition of:

Aircraft avionics

Aircraft utility systems

Aircraft sub-systems

Aircraft structure

Engine health

Data is the Key

If not fitted at engine manufacture, a specialist Engine Monitoring Unit will be required to safely acquire relevant data

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Data is the source of information that can report the condition of:

Aircraft avionics

Aircraft utility systems

Aircraft sub-systems

Aircraft structure

Engine health

Data must be acquired and stored on the aircraft

Data is the Key

Data acquisition recording on aircraft has a long pedigree, but a new generation of equipment is needed to achieve the integrity and direct compatibility with prognosis and maintenance planning systems

data recording applications
Data Recording Applications
  • COTS Products
  • Solid State Data Recording products
  • Operational Loads Measurement
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Data Recording Applications
  • COTS Products
  • Solid State Data Recording products
  • System Performance Monitoring
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Data Recording Applications
  • COTS Products
  • Solid State Data Recording products
  • Cockpit Voice Recording
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Data Recording Applications
  • COTS Products
  • Data Management and Analysis

REVEAL

case study rr300 emu
Case Study – RR300 EMU

Rolls-Royce identified a new market for an engine derived from their successful Model 250

Turbines for lower Shaft Horse Power applications in particular small civil helicopters

A business model was evolvedwhich at its core aimed for 2000 hours maintenance intervals

Key attributes would include lower acquisition and operating costsand embedded engine monitoring

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Case Study – RR300 EMU

Rolls-Royce named the new engine RR300 and partnered with a launch customer – Robinson Helicopters

The engine development programme, focussed in Indianapolis, was on an aggressive schedule

An optimised Engine Monitoring Unitwould provide the quantity and quality of data to realise the business model

All parts and sub-assemblies had to be high performance, very reliable and commercially competitive

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Case Study – RR300 EMU

Rolls-Royce selected SES to develop an Engine Monitoring Unit, based on existing and proven technology

The RR300 EMU is derived from the COTS S3DR-C Solid State Data Recorder

The EMU interfaces to sensors fitted on the engine, to be conditioned and processed to extract key parameters

Data is time-stamped and recorded including variable sample rate signals and certain calculated exceedances

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Case Study – RR300 EMU

Rolls-Royce required the Engine Monitoring Unit to record for 2000 hours yet have quick access to visualised data

The RR300 EMU is able to rapidly down-load data in a pre-formatted form for visualisation and analysis of recorded information

A dedicated software tool based on the COTS REVEAL product provides data management and processing facilities

Access to engine data gives accurate information about the engine condition actual use profile and historical trends

ses overview
SES Overview

Who are SES and what do we do?

Privately owned company founded in 1991

Based in Camberley, with an office in Cumbria

Comprise 40 staff, mainly experienced engineers

Specialise in data recording products and solutions

Focus on aerospace and often safety related applications

British company with a global outlook

ses capabilities
SES Capabilities
  • Design and Development Services
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SES Capabilities
  • Manufacturing and Test Services
summary
Summary
  • Active in Aircraft Health Management?
    • YES, current programmes show this is core business
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Summary
  • Active in Aircraft Health Management?
    • YES, current programmes show this is core business
  • Experienced in Aircraft Health Management?
    • YES, we have the pedigree, expertise and facilities to apply the required technology in aerospace applications
summary2
Summary
  • Active in Aircraft Health Management?
    • YES, current programmes show this is core business
  • Experienced in Aircraft Health Management?
    • YES, we have the expertise and facilities to apply the required technology in aerospace applications
  • Can SES benefit a new programme?
    • YES, we have a rapid route to a solution from an existing portfolio of products and solutions
summary3
Summary
  • Active in Aircraft Health Management?
    • YES, current programmes show this is core business
  • Experienced in Aircraft Health Management?
    • YES, we have the expertise and facilities to apply the required technology in aerospace applications
  • Can SES benefit a new programme?
    • YES, we have a rapid route to a solution from an existing portfolio of products and solutions
  • Can SES bring value to a programme?
    • YES, we work in a commercial and competitive market and aim to add value by providing access to the data that is the key to Aircraft Health Management
thank you for your attention
Thank you for your attention

Presented by Mark StinsonOperations Director