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The 2
nd

Asian/Australian Rotorcraft Forum
and

The 4
th

International Basic Research Conference on Rotorcraft Technology

Tianjin, China, September 08
-
11, 2013


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The 2
nd

Asian/Australian Rotorcraft Forum
and

The 4
th

International Basic Research Conference on Rotorcraft Technology

Tianjin, China, September 08
-
11, 2013


Systems Identification of an Integrated Decision Support System for
Maritime Helicopters



Name1


Name2


Name3


Doctoral Candidate


Senior Re
searcher

Director

Centre for Aerospace Technology

Department of Aerospace Engineering

University of
Technology

Address
,
Country

(Tele:
****

Fax:
****
)

(e
-
mail:
*****
)


Name4

Director

Centre of Rotorcraft Technology

School of Aerospace Engineering

Instit
ute of Technology

Address
,
Country

(Tele:
****

Fax:
****
)

(e
-
mail:
****
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ABSTRACT

The systems on
-
board a aircraft undergoes technological advancements, at a rate that
outpaces the service life of the aircraft.
The upgrade of systems with state
-
of
-
the
-
art
technology, to enhance capabilities, is cost
-
effective, compared to new aircraft design. To
facilitate the mid
-
life upgrade process,
state
-
of
-
the
-
art systems that provide enhanced
capability needs to be identified. Additionally, the performance of the
upgraded aircraft
needs to be evaluated for design decision……….



INTRODUCTION

To enhance the capabilities of an in
-
service aircraft, mid
-
life upgrade by
advanced systems is cost
-
effective,
compared to the design of new aircraft.
Additionally, global budg
et restrictions
on development of new aircraft for
enhanced capabilities have made upgrade
option attractive
[1]
.


A research on upgrade analysis for
design decision

[2]

resulted in the
development of a methodology to
formulate a Mid
-
Life Upgrade System
(M
LUS). A system approach was
adopted to develop the MLUS. The
approach considered operational and
environmental needs to identify advanced
systems for aircraft upgrade

……….




REFERENCES


[1]

Mulh, D.,
An

upgrade

identification system

before platforms,
Aircraf
t

Weekly,

vol. 33,
no. 26, p.8
-
12,
2000
.

[2]

Sin,
B
.K.

and

L
am,
N
.H., A
c
omparative
a
nalysis of
d
ecision
s
ystems for
h
elicopter
m
odifications,
The 2
nd

International
Conference

on Development and Utilization of
Helicopters
,
Nanjing, China, July 10
-
13, 2003
.