Dynamic Modeling and Simulation (DyMAS)

Scope:

The aerospace industry is facing some of its biggest challenges to date. Chief among these are range and endurance limitations, restricted flight envelopes caused by thermal constraints, increasing power demands, and power compatibility issues. Unlike past challenges, these are too complex to solve at just the component level, and a subsystem and/or air vehicle level analysis is necessary. An important tool utilized by aerospace community for this is modeling, simulation, analysis, and testing (MSAT). Unfortunately, there are as many modeling methods as there are model users. Thus, a set of modeling standards and guidelines is necessary in order to facilitate the interconnection and compatibility of electric power system models across industry. This document, the Dynamic Modeling and Simulation (DyMAS) Aerospace Recommended Practice, provides this.

Rationale:

The aerospace industry is currently facing some of its biggest challenges to date. Among these are range and endurance limitations, restricted flight envelopes caused by thermal constraints, increasing power demands, and power compatibility issues. Unlike previous industry challenges, these are too complex to be solved exclusively at the component level; rather, it is necessary to analyze interactions at the subsystem and/or air vehicle level. A major tool that the aerospace community uses for this is modeling, simulation, analysis, and testing (MSAT). Presently, there are as many modeling methods as there are model users. Thus, a uniform documented set of modeling standards and guidelines is necessary in order to facilitate industry cooperation. This document, the Dynamic Modeling and Simulation (DyMAS) Aerospace Recommended Practice, provides these.

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