Article 15418

Title of the article

SENSORS FOR CONTROL SYSTEMS OF TIGHTNESS OF THE CASE OF THE AIRCRAFT 

Authors

Adamov Aleksandr Petrovich, doctor of technical sciences, professor, honored worker of science RD, sub-department of microelectronics, Dagestan State Technical University (367026, 70 I. Shamil street, Makhachkala, Dagestan), E-mail: info@iu4.bmstu.ru
Adamova Arina Alexandrovna, candidate of technical sciences, associate professor, sub-department of design and production technology of electronic equipment, Bauman Moscow State Technical University (105005, p. 1, 5 2nd Baumanskaya street, Moscow, Russia), E-mail: arina.adamova@rambler.ru
Tsivinskaya Tatyana Anatolyevna, chief process engineer, sub-department of design and production technology of electronic equipment, Bauman Moscow State Technical University (105005, p. 1, 5 2nd Baumanskaya street, Moscow, Russia),
E-mail: info@bmstu.ru 

Index UDK

621.316 

DOI

10.21685/2307-4205-2018-4-15 

Abstract

The development of aviation technology and especially RKT (rocket-space technology) increasingly raises the question of developing an integrated system to ensure the reliability of aircraft, including an increase in the level of control tests at the design, assembly, and
flight tests stage. Ensuring continuous monitoring of the state of the aircraft body, pipelines and pipeline fittings during operation using MEMS technology and adaptation of existing wireless sensor networks to the requirements for electromagnetic compatibility for aircraft. A harbinger of danger may be an increase in mechanical stresses at a certain point of the test surface. Sensors with sensitive elements based on monocrystalline silicon with piezoresistive resistors have the highest strain sensitivity. These sensors are adapted to work in a wireless sensor network. 

Key words

silicon sensor, MEMS technology, elastic deformation, mechanical stress, aircraft, testing, control 

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