Accession Number : ADA257529


Title :   Command Instrument Processor (CIP) Test Report


Descriptive Note : Technical rept. Sep 1991-Feb 1992


Corporate Author : ARMY AVIATION SYSTEMS COMMAND ST LOUIS MO


Personal Author(s) : Murdoch, Joe


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a257529.pdf


Report Date : Sep 1992


Pagination or Media Count : 88


Abstract : This report describes results of the ground and flight tests conducted on the Command Instrument Processor (CIP), CP-2036/A, version 14631-7. The CIP is the digital, GPS capable, flight director developed for the Black Hawk helicopter. This flight director is a form fit replacement for the non-GPS Command Instrument System Processor (CISP). The upgrade from the 14631-5 to the 14631-7 configuration was implemented to correct six deficiencies that were identified during data collection at Fort Rucker, AL. The 'fixes' required two hardware changes and four software modifications. The specific tests that were performed to verify each deficiency are described in the AVRADA Test Plan (Appendix B). An unexpected anomaly (not a deficiency) was detected during this test program while performing an unusual flight maneuver, and is described in this report in order to preclude its subsequent discovery as another problem with the CIP. GPS; Navigation; Flight Director; Integration; CISP; CIP; CIS.


Descriptors :   *TEST AND EVALUATION , *HELICOPTERS , *NAVIGATION , ANOMALIES , CONFIGURATIONS , MANEUVERS , COLLECTION , FLIGHT MANEUVERS , DEFICIENCIES , FLIGHT , INTEGRATION , MODIFICATION


Subject Categories : Helicopters
      Navigation and Guidance


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE