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Using MBSE Techniques to Perform Early Validation on the Data Handling Unit of a Spacecraft

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Original languageEnglish
DateAccepted/In press - 30 Aug 2018
DatePublished (current) - 20 Nov 2018
EventINCOSE UK Annual Systems Engineering Conference 2018 Academic Research Showcase - The Vincent Building, Cranfield University, Bedfordshire, Bedford, United Kingdom
Duration: 20 Nov 201821 Nov 2018
Conference number: 9
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ConferenceINCOSE UK Annual Systems Engineering Conference 2018 Academic Research Showcase
Abbreviated titleASEC 2018
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityBedford
Period20/11/1821/11/18
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Abstract

Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) represents a move away from the traditional approach of Document-Based Systems Engineering (DBSE), and can be used to promote consistency, communication, clarity and maintainability within systems engineering projects.

Spacecraft represent an ideal candidate for the application of MBSE as they are complex systems with potential applications that are often limited by high development costs. MBSE offers approaches that can address issues associated with cost, complexity and safety. One way this can be achieved is by performing early functional validation of the high-level system.
This session presents an approach to the application of MBSE to perform early functional validation of a data handling unit onboard a low-Earth orbit, Earth-observation spacecraft. The approach uses No Magic’s Cameo Systems Modeler (CSM) tool to link the requirements and the physical and functional architectures. Executable state machine and activity diagrams are used to step through the mission and validate the functional design. This study is part of a larger effort to streamline MBSE processes within Airbus Defence and Space; therefore the methodology has been aligned with ongoing MBSE projects such as e.Deorbit.

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INCOSE UK Annual Systems Engineering Conference 2018 Academic Research Showcase

Abbreviated titleASEC 2018
Conference number9
Duration20 Nov 201821 Nov 2018
Location of eventThe Vincent Building, Cranfield University, Bedfordshire
CityBedford
CountryUnited Kingdom
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Degree of recognitionNational event

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