Changes of On-board Power Systems of Modern Aircraft in the Context of Wider Electrification
Keywords:aircraft, electrification, power systems
This article analyzes the changes of on-board electrical power systems of modern transport aircrafts with a higher degree of electrification, so called MEA (More Electric Aircraft) compared to the traditional architectures, in the field of standardized electrical power parameters. Developments in this field are characterized by increased requirements for power of installed power sources and switching to higher voltage values and source units with a non-stabilized frequency value of the generated voltage, so called frequency wild systems.
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