IVHM

AcronymDefinition
IVHMIntegrated Vehicle Health Management (aka Integrated Vehicle Health Monitoring; US NASA)
IVHMIn Vessel Handling Machine (nuclear fuel rod for fast flux test facility)
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The data provided by the design time data submittals is used to build an IVHM Integrated Reference Model (IRM) which consists of a Fault Model, a Processing Model and an Advisory Model.
IVHM is also offered by North American Industries as a 'plug-in'.
A great benefit can be achieved if a common approach is developed to assist suppliers in the development of "health-ready" components and systems and to simplify the process by which integrators use these capabilities to deploy IVHM applications.
Design and Evaluation of Plug-and-Play Enabled IVHM Architecture," SAE Int.
This report segments the multi-function display market on the basis of IVHM technology, sub-systems, aircraft type, and region.
Asimismo, se realizaron entrevistas en profundidad a integrantes del equipo de salud del IVHM, entre medicas, asistentes sociales, enfermeros, farmaceuticas y psicologas, asi como a miembros de asociaciones e instituciones vinculadas con la inmigracion boliviana en Argentina, entre ellos: personal del Consulado General del Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia, Agrupacion Simbiosis Cultural, radios, periodicos, organizaciones, etcetera.
For some time now we have wanted to make the identification, diagnosis and repair of problems in vehicles more efficient and IVHM holds the key to this," said Peter Foote, executive scientist at BAE Systems.
That opens up avenues for IVHM in loaded composite structures such as fuselages" Cranfield is already taking that advance one step further--by developing sensors that can monitor composites during the curing process.
The IVHM centre on the university's campus will work with partner labs in places as far afield as the US and Australia.
Ms Goetz said: "With IVHM, the concept is tools, technology, hardware and software to enable fleet managers to predict the maintenance and repair needs, and ensure the operational readiness of both commercial and military platforms.
The IVHM technology dates back to 1991 when GE developed the world's first certified Health and Usage Monitoring System, HUMS, for helicopters.
IVHM works through sensors distributed throughout a vehicle to monitor, for example, the vibration and temperature of key components.