DIP Contribution: $150,000
Project Summary: A fully operating HUMS system will provide significant cost savings in terms of real time warning on potential failure, improve preparedness of vehicle platforms for operational needs, and reduced fleet management costs. It will also significantly increase operator safety.
This project builds on a body of research work by the Partners that established the theoretical feasibility of thermo-mechanical measurement to determine energy dissipated in shock absorbers.
Team Lead: Dynamic Engineering Solution Pty Ltd
Collaborating Partners: Defence Science and Technology Group, The University of Adelaide, University of South Australia and Flinders University.