Development of electrical pack multi variable control
The Consortium will present the multi variable strategy and theory that it has already developed and the method used to do it.
The partner(s) will propose and describe a method to define a multi variable control covering most of the electrical air conditioning pack control modes in order to meet the control requirements provided in deliverable D01.1. This method will be applicable to any electrical air conditioning pack, in order to re-use it on future electrical packs. This method will be compliant with industrial development time: reduced number of test cases, able to be used for aeronautical application. The multi variable control will be compatible with the Topic Manager certification standards and processes (e.g. based on SCADE tool chain), in order to be embedded in a certifiable aeronautical controller. The Consortium will provide tools used to define, apply and calibrate the multi variable control design. These tools will be applicable to other electrical air conditioning packs having a rather similar architecture.
Then it will provide a model of those control laws and show that the model meets the control requirements provided in D01.1. In particular, the partner(s) shall assess the dynamic performance and the robustness properties of the developed control.
Those control laws will then be tested on the topic manager test rig. The performance obtained during these tests will be validated and correlated with the assessed performance for the control by the partner(s).

This project has received funding from the Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 755517