September 17 - 19, 2019
Crowne Plaza Seattle Downtown, Seattle, WA
Chetan Kulkarni, Lead Systems Health Management Electrical, Electronics, Battery Systems at NASA

Chetan Kulkarni


Lead Systems Health Management Electrical, Electronics, Battery Systems
NASA

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Agenda Day 1

Tuesday, September 17th, 2019


2:15 PM Health Monitoring and prognostics for safer and more efficient batteries for more electric aircrafts

•Health monitoring of energy systems is key to EA )electric aircraft) systems
•Prognostics enable the pilot/operator to know the future state of the system
•Known future health state helps is taking better decisions
•Both combined can help in keeping the EA system, as well as airspace safe
•Both combined can help in keeping the EA system as well as airspace safe

4:15 PM Rountable session

Session A | Looking beyond: Technology path for expansion of electrified aircraft
Session B | Software controlled aircraft: an innovation challenge to established certification practices

Agenda Day 3

Thursday, September 19th, 2019


9:00 AM Workshop A: Health management for MEA

Workshop is designed to explore the advances and challenges of incorporating systems health management in MEA’s. The aim of the workshop is to have experts and leaders in the industry to come together and discuss on incorporating diagnostics and prognostics methodologies for MEA systems health. The key objective is to develop this workshop into a Health Management and Safety Working Group were all participants can meet together at regular basis online or at MEA meetings regularly for discussions and updates and contribute to the community.
•Discuss challenges of implementing system health management to EA’s
•How different diagnosis and prognosis methods can be implemented both at system and subsystem level
•Fault Diagnostics and Prognostics for electronics and battery in MEA
•Hardware-in-loop (HIL/SIL) for validation of diagnostics and prognostics
•Health Management and Safety Working Group