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IEC 62396-1:2016 RLV ed2.0
Process management for avionics - Atmospheric radiation effects - Part 1: Accommodation of atmospheric radiation effects via single event effects within avionics electronic equipment
215 стр.
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681.41 CHF (включая НДС 20%)
Разработчик:
Зарубежные/IEC
ICS:
31.020 Electronic components in general / Электронные компоненты в целом03.100.50 Production. Production management / Производство. Управление производством49.060 Aerospace. Including Avionics / Авиационно-космическое электрооборудование и системы
Описание
IEC 62396-1:2016 RLV contains the International Standard and its Redline version. The Redline version is available in English only. The Redline version provides you with a quick and easy way to compare all the changes between this standard and its previous edition. The Redline version is not an official IEC Standard, only the current version of the standard is to be considered the official document.

IEC 62396-1:2016(E) provides guidance on atmospheric radiation effects on avionics electronics used in aircraft operating at altitudes up to 60 000 ft (18,3 km). It defines the radiation environment, the effects of that environment on electronics and provides design considerations for the accommodation of those effects within avionics systems. This International Standard helps aerospace equipment manufacturers and designers to standardise their approach to single event effects in avionics by providing guidance, leading to a standard methodology. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:                                                     
- incorporation of references to some new papers and issues which have appeared since 2011;
- addition of solar flares and extreme space weather reference to a proposed future Part 6;
- addition of reference to a proposed new Part 7 on incorporating atmospheric radiation effects analysis into the system design process;
- addition of a reference to a proposed future Part 8 on other particles including protons, pions and muons.