ISO DIS 16781
Space systems — Simulation requirements for control system
|Publication Date:||16 June 2020|
|ICS Code (Space systems and operations):||49.140|
This International Standard establishes the requirements for simulation of space control system, including the objective, architecture, and procedure, etc. The standard is utilized in four phases of control system development, including conceptual design, detailed design, prototype, and integrated system. The objective of control system simulation is to demonstrate that the proposed or designed system will function as desired, and the simulation allows engineers and technical decision makers to evaluate the feasibility, validity and rationality of the design scheme more accurately.
The control system referred in this International Standard is the flight control system for guidance, navigation and control (GNC) of space systems which include launch vehicle, satellite, and spaceship, etc. This International Standard establishes a minimum set of requirements for simulation of flight control system, and provides guidance to engineers on what to simulate in each phase of control system development. The requirements are generic in nature because of their broad applicability to all types of simulations. Implementation details of the requirements should be addressed in project-specific standards, requirements, and handbooks, etc.
In general, standards can focus on engineering/technica