MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 288, 20192019 5th Asia Conference on Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering (MEAE 2019)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Published online||14 August 2019|
Digital NBC Protection System BIT Optimization Design
Li Guangsheng(1972-), male, Anqiu, Shandong Province, China, Associate Professor, mainly engaged in the research on detection technology and automatic equipment,
2 Ou Bo (1995-), male, Changde City, China, Master graduate student, mainly engaged in the research on detection technology and automatic equipment,
3 Wang Jianyuan (1994-), male, Wu xi City, China, Master graduate student, mainly engaged in the research on detection technology and automatic equipment,
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
BIT technology is an important means of system and equipment fault detection, location and isolation. This paper takes the digital NBC protection system as the research object, and carries out research on the optimization design based on BIT technology. Based on the structural division of the digital NBC protection systems and the analysis of typical failure modes, combined with the weighted cost index function and the selection method of the improved special hierarchically optimized optimal test set, the calculation and comparison of the indices of the actual digitalized NBC protection systems was conducted. Determine the optimal test set, and finally design the BIT circuit for the selected optimal test set.
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