Paper Title:
Study on Effects of High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse to Engine Electronic Control System
  Abstract

It is difficult to identify whether the ECS of a engine can overcome the HEMP environment, and if there are influences existing, how it will be affected and what extent it can. On the basis of discussing the occurring mechanics and characteristics of HEMP, a route to study the effects of the engine ECS under HEMP environment has been researched. Through the simulation of the HEMP, a laboratory test has been designed and carried out, and the influence of the engine ECS under HEMP has been analyzed. The research indicated that the engine ECS is susceptibility to the HEMP, the main damage mode is soft and transiency damage, it can make the control signal confusion and can even result in the suspension of work, but it can not make permanent hard damage to the ECS, and there are no evidence to show that the HEMP can result in an accumulation damage to the tested engine ECS.

  Info
Periodical
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 443-444)
Chapter
Chapter 2: Optical, Electronic Materials and Industrial Application
Edited by
Li Jian
Pages
894-898
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.443-444.894
Citation
S. H. Yang, Y. F. Tang, X. K. Liu, J. H. Liu, "Study on Effects of High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse to Engine Electronic Control System", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 443-444, pp. 894-898, 2012
Online since
January 2012
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