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    Process management for avionics - Atmospheric radiation effects - Part 1: Accommodation of atmospheric radiation effects via single event effects within avionics electronic equipment

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Withdrawn date:  15-02-2019

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  08-03-2006

    Publisher:  International Electrotechnical Committee

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    FOREWORD
    INTRODUCTION
    1 Scope and object
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms and definitions
    4 Abbreviations used in the document
    5 Radiation environment of the atmosphere
      5.1 Radiation generation
      5.2 Effect of secondary particles on avionics
      5.3 Atmospheric neutrons
      5.4 Secondary protons
      5.5 Other particles
      5.6 Solar enhancements
    6 Effects of atmospheric radiation on avionics
      6.1 Types of radiation effects
      6.2 Single event effects
      6.3 Total Ionising Dose (TID)
      6.4 Displacement damage
    7 Guidance for system designs
      7.1 Overview
      7.2 System design
      7.3 Hardware considerations
      7.4 Parts characterisation and control
    8 Determination of avionics single event effects rates
      8.1 Main single event effects
      8.2 Single event effects with lower event rates
      8.3 Single event effects with higher event rates -
          Single event upset data
      8.4 Calculating SEE rates in avionics
    9 Considerations for SEE compliance
      9.1 Compliance
      9.2 Confirm the radiation environment for the avionics
          application
      9.3 Identify system development assurance level
      9.4 Assess preliminary electronic equipment design for SEE
      9.5 Verify that the system development assurance level
          requirements are met for SEE
      9.6 Corrective actions
    Annex A (informative) Thermal neutron assessment
    Annex B (informative) Methods of calculating SEE rates
            in avionics electronics
    Annex C (informative) Review of test facility availability
    Annex D (informative) Tabular description of variation of
            atmospheric neutron flux with altitude and latitude

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    Provides guidance on atmospheric radiation effects on avionics electronics used in aircraft operating at altitudes up to 60 000 feet (18,3 km). Defines the radiation environment, the effects of that environment on electronics and provides design considerations for the accommodation of those effects within avionics systems. Is intended to help aerospace equipment manufacturers and designers to standardise their approach to single event effects in avionics.

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    Committee TC 107
    Document Type Technical Specification
    Publisher International Electrotechnical Committee
    Status Withdrawn
    Superseded By

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    DD IEC/PAS 62396-4 : 2007 PROCESS MANAGEMENT FOR AVIONICS - ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION EFFECTS - PART 4: GUIDELINES FOR DESIGNING WITH HIGH VOLTAGE AIRCRAFT ELECTRONICS AND POTENTIAL SINGLE EVENT EFFECTS
    DD IEC TS 62396-5 : DRAFT OCT 2008 PROCESS MANAGEMENT FOR AVIONICS - ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION EFFECTS - PART 5: GUIDELINES FOR ASSESSING THERMAL NEUTRON FLUXES AND EFFECTS IN AVIONICS SYSTEMS
    DD IEC PAS 62396-2 : DRAFT DEC 2007 PROCESS MANAGEMENT FOR AVIONICS - ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION EFFECTS - PART 2: GUIDELINES FOR SINGLE EVENT EFFECTS TESTING FOR AVIONICS SYSTEMS
    DD IEC PAS 62396-3 : DRAFT DEC 2007 PROCESS MANAGEMENT FOR AVIONICS - ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION EFFECTS - PART 3: OPTIMISING SYSTEM DESIGN TO ACCOMMODATE THE SINGLE EVENT EFFECTS (SEE) OF ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION
    DD IEC TS 62564-1 : DRAFT SEP 2011 PROCESS MANAGEMENT FOR AVIONICS - AEROSPACE QUALIFIED ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS (AQEC) - PART 1: INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS
    IEC PAS 62396-4:2007 Process management for avionics - Atmospheric radiation effects - Part 4: Guidelines for designing with high voltage aircraft electronics and potential single event effects
    IEC TS 62396-2:2008 Process management for avionics - Atmospheric radiation effects - Part 2: Guidelines for single event effects testing for avionics systems
    DD IEC TS 62396-3 : DRAFT OCT 2008 PROCESS MANAGEMENT FOR AVIONICS - ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION EFFECTS - PART 3: OPTIMISING SYSTEM DESIGN TO ACCOMMODATE THE SINGLE EVENT EFFECTS (SEE) OF ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION
    IEC TS 62396-3:2008 Process management for avionics - Atmospheric radiation effects - Part 3: Optimising system design to accommodate the single event effects (SEE) of atmospheric radiation
    IEC PAS 62396-2:2007 Process management for avionics - Atmospheric radiation effects - Part 2: Guidelines for single event effects testing for avionics systems
    IEC TS 62396-5:2008 Process management for avionics - Atmospheric radiation effects - Part 5: Guidelines for assessing thermal neutron fluxes and effects in avionics systems
    IEC TS 62396-4:2008 Process management for avionics - Atmospheric radiation effects - Part 4: Guidelines for designing with high voltage aircraft electronics and potential single event effects
    11/30256756 DC : 0 BS EN 62396-2 - PROCESS MANAGEMENT FOR AVIONICS - ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION EFFECTS - PART 2: GUIDELINES FOR SINGLE EVENT EFFECTS TESTING FOR AVIONICS SYSTEMS
    DD IEC TS 62396-2 : DRAFT OCT 2008 PROCESS MANAGEMENT FOR AVIONICS - ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION EFFECTS - PART 2: GUIDELINES FOR SINGLE EVENT EFFECTS TESTING FOR AVIONICS SYSTEMS
    DD IEC TS 62396-4 : DRAFT 2008 PROCESS MANAGEMENT FOR AVIONICS ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION EFFECTS - PART 4: GUIDELINES FOR DESIGNING WITH HIGH VOLTAGE AIRCRAFT ELECTRONICS AND POTENTIAL SINGLE EVENT EFFECTS
    IEC PAS 62396-3:2007 Process management for avionics - Atmospheric radiation effects - Part 3: Optimising system design to accommodate the Single Event Effects (SEE) of atmospheric radiation
    DD IEC PAS 62396-5 : DRAFT NOV 2007 PROCESS MANAGEMENT FOR AVIONICS - ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION EFFECTS - PART 5: GUIDELINES FOR ASSESSING THERMAL NEUTRON FLUXES AND EFFECTS IN AVIONICS SYSTEMS
    IEC PAS 62396-5:2007 Process management for avionics - Atmospheric radiation effects - Part 5: Guidelines for assessing thermal neutron fluxes and effects in avionics systems

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    SAE ARP 4761 : 1996 GUIDELINES AND METHODS FOR CONDUCTION THE SAFETY ASSESSMENT PROCESS ON CIVIL AIRBORNE SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT
    FAA AC 23.1309-1 : 2011 SYSTEM SAFETY ANALYSIS AND ASSESSMENT FOR PART 23 AIRPLANES
    FAA AC 25.1309-1 : 0 SYSTEM DESIGN AND ANALYSIS
    MIL PRF 38535 : K INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (MICROCIRCUITS) MANUFACTURING, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
    AIAA R 100 : A 2001 RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR PARTS MANAGEMENT
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