Probabilistic-statistical Approaches to the Prediction of Aircraft Navigation Systems Condition, 1st ed. 2020 Springer Aerospace Technology Series
Auteurs : Eliseev B.P. , Kozlov A.I. , Romancheva N.I. , Shatrakov Y.G. , Zatuchny D.A. , Zavalishin O.I.
CHAPTER 1. PROBABILITY-STATISTICAL MODELS OF PROCESSES OF AGEING AND survivability OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
1.1. Quasideterministic models of processes of complex systems ageing.
1.2. Statistical models of processes of complex systems ageing.
1.3. Analysis of state of complex systems ageing.
1.4. Forecasting processes of ageing of individual elements of complex systems.
1.5. Methods of enhancing aircraft survivability taking into account various external threats.
CHAPTER2.ANALYSIS OF STATISTICAL MODELSOF AGEING NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
2.1. Free ageing navigation systems.
2.1.1. Exponential transition function.
2.1.2. Gaussian transition function.
2.1.3. Fisher-Snedeker transition function.
2.1.4. Linear transition function.
2.1.5. Time dependence.
2.2. Recoverable ageing navigation systems.
2.2.1. Exponential model.
2.2.2. Linear model.
2.3. Assessing state of ageing navigation systems.
CHAPTER 3. SPECIFIC FEATURES OF CONTROL OF AIRCRAFT RADIO NAVIGATION DEVICES UNDER CONDITIONS OF EXPOSURE TO DESTABILIZING FACTORS
3.1. Specific features of aircraft travel control taking into account influence of destabilizing factors on radio navigation equipment.
3.2. Specific features of aircraft travel control under conditions of simultaneous exposure of radio navigation equipment to two destabilizing factors.
3.2.1. Specific features of control of two-parameter systems with stepwise reliability function.3.2.2. Time characteristics of processes of changing parameters with respect to control objectives.
3.3. Specific features of aircraft travel control under conditions of simultaneous exposure of radio navigation equipment to a great number of destabilizing factors
CHAPTER 4. BASIC RADIOTECHNICAL FACILITIES OF PROVIDING RELIABILITY OF AIRCRAFT FLIGHT
4.1. Analysis of electromagnetic situation in the airfield area.
4.2. Sources of radio noise and its influence on assessing accuracy of aircraft positioning.
4.2.1. Municipal TV-broadcasting.
4.2.2. Short-wave communication stations.
4.2.3. Homing automatic radio stations.
4.2.4. Radio-technical facilities of airport zone.
4.2.5. Influence of technical condition of radio-technical facilities of airport zone.
4.2.6. Ultra-high frequency airborne and ground radio stations.
4.2.7. Influence of main and indirect emission of short-wave radio communication stations on approach radar system glide-slope channel.
4.3. Assessing serviceability of ground GBAS station.
CHAPTER 5.TRANSMISSION OF DIGITAL NAVIGATION DATA AND ASSESSMENT OF RESULTS OF TAKEN DECISIONS
5.1. Methods of navigation data transmission and assessment of results of taken decisions.
5.2. Approach to establishing electronic data storage to provide proper analysis of information being transmitted from aircraft.
5.3. Methods of adopting decisions for assessing probability of failure-free operation of navigation data transmission line.
5.4. Assessing probability of failure-free operation of navigation data transmission line taking into account a priori information on probability of failure-free operation of component elements.
5.5. Comparison of thumb-rule assessment of failure-free navigation data transmission via data transmission line.
5.6. Inverse problem of assessing quality of elements of navigation data transmission line.
5.7. Substantiation of selecting type of navigation data transmission line.
CHAPTER6.SELECTION OF ROUTE OF AIRCRAFT TRAVEL IN CASE OF TRANSITION TO ZONAL NAVIGATION TAKING INTO ACCOUNT RELIABILITY CHARACTERISTICS OF NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
6.1. Specific features of incorporation of zonal navigation.
6.2. Updating aircraft travel route taking into account ICAO recommendations on air traffic organization.
6.3. Method of monitoring of altitude separation using АZN-V devices.
Eliseev Boris Petrovich is Professor, Ph.D. (law), and is Honored Worker of higher education of Russian Federation and Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural History. He is Honorary Professor of the Ningbo University of Technology, Ningbo, P.R.C. He is the Rector of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation. He is the Author of more than 100 scientific papers, including 7 article theses, 2 textbooks, and 7 patents for inventions. He consulted 17 candidates of as a scientific supervisor.
Kozlov Anatoliy Ivanovich is Honored Worker of Science and Technology of the Russian Federation, Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, and advisor to the Rector of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation. He is Professor of the Department “Technical Operation of Radiotechnical Equipment for Air Transport”. He is the Author of about 300 scientific works, including 21 monographs, one of which was published in England and in the Netherlands, 25 textbooks, and 13 copyright certificates for inventions of a number of radio engineering tools. He is a scientific advisor and a scientific consultant and produced more than 70 candidates and doctors of science.
Romancheva Nina Ivanovna is Associate Professor, Cand.Sc. (engineering). He is Honorary Worker of higher vocational education of the RF. He is the Author of more than 150 scientific papers. He is Expert of the special section of Forum of Innovative Technologies of «Infospase-2014» (plugged the Government of Russian Federation in the list of key business events within the framework of leadthrough of science year Rossiya-ES). During many years, he was a leader and responsible performer of the row of research works on research of questions of construction of the computer systems and networks, including movable mobile complexes in the protected configuration.
Shatrakov Yuri Grigorievich is. Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Honored Worker of Science of the Ru
Discusses quasi-deterministic models for ageing processes in complex systems, used to calculate their operational features at the development stageHighlights new approaches to assessing an aircraft’s navigational and communication equipment when transitioning to prospective air traffic control systems
Assesses the operating capacity characteristics of state-of-the-art ground navigational equipment used in GBAS stations
Date de parution : 11-2019
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Thèmes de Probabilistic-statistical Approaches to the Prediction... :
Air traffic control;Ground Based Augmentation System (GBAS);Satellite navigation;Automatic dependent surveillance;Air navigation control;Autonomous navigation;Aging navigation systems;Data transmission line;Aircraft radio control;Flight destabilizing factors;Aircraft flight path;Short-wave communication stations