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Development and Verification of Lightning Induced Transient Protection Device for Avionics Computer
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Development and Verification of Lightning Induced Transient Protection Device for Avionics Computer
Sim, Yong-gi; Ahn, Tae-sik; Park, Jun-hyun; Han, Jong-pyo; Yang, Seo-hee;
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 Abstract
This paper introduces the design details and test procedures of the lightning induced transient protection device for protecting the damage caused by indirect lightning strike on the computer mounted on the aircraft. Lightning induced surge voltage is bring a malfunction or damage to the aircraft electrical and electronic equipment, that is referred to indirect effects of lightning. In order to protect the electronic equipment on aircraft from the indirect effects of lightning, that is achieved by analyzing the effect on aircraft from lightning and protect design for each devices. In this paper, we introduce an indirect lightning strike level decisions, the protection circuit design method according to the chosen level through the RTCA DO-160G Section 22 category analysis and selection was performed in order to protect the damage caused by indirect lightning strikes in the protected equipment. In addition, we show the indirect lightning effects verification test performed to validate the designed protection circuits.
 Keywords
Lightning induced transient;Indirect lightning;RTCA DO-160G section22;Pin injection;Lightning protection;
 Language
Korean
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