28th Congress of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, 23 - 28 September 2012, Brisbane, Australia
Paper ICAS 2012-9.4.1
DETERMINATION OF AIRBORNE RECORDED PARAMETERS FOR COMPREHENSIVE FLIGHT DATA MONITORING PROGRAM
X. G. Yang, W. F. Dong
Beijing Aeronautical Technology Research Center, China
Keywords: aircraft under development, airborne recorded parameters, comprehensive flight, data monitoring, system safety assessment
Comprehensive Flight Data Monitoring (CFDM) Program is briefly outlined, and a tentative procedure of determining the airborne recorded parameters for large aircrafts is developed. It is suggested that, the safety analysis method, described by SAE ARP 4761, should play an important role in determining the requirements for airborne recorded parameters.
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