Designing a Schematic for Resolver and RDC Interface Validation
Manjunath Prakash Sajjan, Aditya Shyam Roshan
Angle sensor, Resolver, Resolver-to-Digital Con- verter(RDC), Test-rig
This paper presents the development of a specialized test rig for aircraft angle sensors, particularly those used in engines with thrust vectoring nozzles. The thrust vectoring nozzle enables gas flow acceleration and thrust direction adjustment. The test rig aims to assess the sensor’s reliability and perfor- mance in simulated operational conditions. Key considerations include sensor specifications, environmental factors, and testing requirements. The rig incorporates rotational motion simulation and precise positioning, enabling comprehensive evaluation of the sensor’s accuracy, functionality, and durability. Realistic aircraft scenarios, including extreme temperatures, vibrations, and elec- tromagnetic interference, are emulated. The design features a robust framework, data acquisition system, and control interface to facilitate systematic and repeatable testing. This research aims to improve the quality and dependability of aircraft angle sensors, ensuring the safety and performance of critical systems. The outcomes of this study will further contribute to the field by advancing the understanding of angle sensor performance in aircraft applications.
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Unique Paper ID: 160394

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 425 - 431
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