BA27 Student Statement of Work 2010 (Summer) ADSI-2

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S.O.W. - Montreal Aerospace Institute (MAI) UNIVERSITY PROJECT B PROJECT TITLE : Model development for aircraft systems sizing and evaluation in the conceptual design phase – hydraulic power system OBJECTIVE : Participate to model development and data analysis. DESCRIPTION: Bombardier Aerospace is expending efforts to establish simulation tools for the conceptual design phase allowing the evaluation and estimation of key parameters (weight, power consumption, cost, reliability, space envelope, …) of aircraft system architectures (including electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems) very early in the design process of future aircraft. The student will be expected to establish physics based estimation methods for the hydraulic power system, based on data analysis of existing aircraft, and to implement
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Unformatted text preview: them into a simulation environment. Furthermore, he or she is requested to validate the models and to document the methodology and results. DELIVERABLES : Simulation model and documentation. SCHEDULE: Summer 2010 NO OF HOURS: ~ 500 hours BENEFITS: Industry: Establishing model-based estimation capabilities for the conceptual design phase of aircraft systems. Student: Acquiring knowledge of aircraft hydraulic system, its key design parameters and future technologies; developing modeling knowledge. STUDENT: Interested in aircraft systems, modeling and programming. Experience in Matlab/Simulink, Dymola/Modelica or other programming language is expected. PROJECT RESPONSIBLE : Advanced Design Systems Integration, Dept. 749...
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