Review of Methodologies for Aircraft Sensors Fault Detection and Correction

Alvarez, O, Zea, L, Bil, C, Napolitano, M and Fravolini, M 2019, 'Review of Methodologies for Aircraft Sensors Fault Detection and Correction', in Proceedings of the 18th Australian International Aerospace Congress (AIAC 2018), Melbourne, Australia, 24 - 28 February 2019, pp. 260-264.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title Review of Methodologies for Aircraft Sensors Fault Detection and Correction
Author(s) Alvarez, O
Zea, L
Bil, C
Napolitano, M
Fravolini, M
Year 2019
Conference name AIAC 2018: Innovation within a contemporary aerospace industry
Conference location Melbourne, Australia
Conference dates 24 - 28 February 2019
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 18th Australian International Aerospace Congress (AIAC 2018)
Publisher Engineers Australia, Royal Aeronautical Society
Place of publication Barton, ACT, Australia
Start page 260
End page 264
Total pages 5
Abstract The air data system is responsible for estimating vital flight parameters for correct and safe operation of aircraft. One of the main components in this system is the Pitot tube sensor which is responsible for measuring the total pressure and in conjunction with the static pressure port estimates parameters like altitude, air speed, vertical speed and Mach number. The Pitot tube is prone to failure because of external adverse atmospheric conditions. The current research aims to develop a solution to the aircraft loss of control caused by an unreliable airspeed indication by introducing the concept of a digital twin that estimates flight parameters based on simulation and monitors actual flight parameters.
Subjects Avionics
Keyword(s) Aircraft digital twin
Unreliable air speed
Air data system failure
Loss of control
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