Weight Optimization of Aircraft Harnesses
Nowadays aircrafts require more electrical systems. Functions usually carried out by mechanical, hydraulics or pneumatics systems are now carried out by electrical systems. Thus there is a densification of electrical systems. An aircraft electrical system is made of several electrical harnesses which are assemblies of cables and connective devices. A cable may contain one or several wires in a common covering. Thus wiring may be seen as a system of systems. In parallel, a link connects (functionally) equipments through harnesses.
KeywordsWeight Optimization Electrical System Pneumatics System Flight Phase Connective Device
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