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    DESIGN GUIDANCE FOR AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  05-01-1987

    Publisher:  Aeronautical Radio Inc.

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    1.0 INTRODUCTION AND DESCRIPTION
      1.1 Purpose of this Document
      1.2 Background
      1.3 Relationship to Other Specifications and
                        Standards
      1.4 Use of ARINC Report 609
      1.5 Definition of Terms
    2.0 SYSTEM DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR AIRCRAFT
                        ELECTRICAL POWER
      2.1 General
      2.2 Regulatory and Other Concerns
      2.3 Power Sources
      2.4 Power Distribution
      2.5 Built-In Test Equipment (BITE)
    3.0 AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL POWER COMPONENT DESIGN
      3.1 General
      3.2 AC Systems
      3.3 DC Systems
    4.0 AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL POWER DISTRIBUTION,
                        PROTECTION AND CONTROL CHARACTERISTICS
      4.1 General
      4.2 Special Requirements
      4.3 Distribution Considerations
      4.4 Distribution Protection Philosophy
      4.5 Control Philosophy
      4.6 Summary of Different System Considerations -
                        Specific Limits
      4.7 Requirements
    5.0 AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL POWER UTILIZING EQUIPMENT
                        DESIGN
      5.1 General
      5.2 Avionics
      5.3 Electric Motors and Electromechanical
                        Actuators
      5.4 Heaters
      5.5 Lighting
    6.0 CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE ALL-ELECTRIC AIRPLANE
      6.1 Background
    ATTACHMENTS
        1 115 and 230 Volt/400 Hz Limits
        2 28 VDC Transient Limits
        3 Envelope of Voltage Spikes
        4 270 VDC Limits
        5 Abnormal Transient Voltage 115 Volt/400 Hz
                        System
        6 Abnormal Transient Voltage 230 Volt/400 Hz
                        System
        7 Proposed Voltage Transient Limits for
                        C.V.V.F. AC Generators
        8 Abnormal Transient Voltage 115 Volt/Variable
                        Voltage System

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    Provides guidelines for designers of aircraft power system components and of power utilization components, both avionics and power converters such as motors, heaters, etc.

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    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Aeronautical Radio Inc.
    Status Current

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