1821. Integrated Interconnection Systems for Aerospace Applications


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K Kerfoot, R Gohman: 1821. Integrated Interconnection Systems for Aerospace Applications. 1988.



An integrated interconnection system combines the use of flat conductor cables and conventional round wireee in an organized approach to electrical system wiring. This concept has been proposed as a cost effective alternative for future product design. To ascertain the advantages of this technology over present wiring techniques a feasibility study was conducted by McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Company in Mesa, Arizona, with the cooperation of the Raychem Corporation during the period July to December 1986. This paper focuses on the weight aspect of the study while also presenting the advantages and disadvantages of all other aspects.


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