E3S Web Conf.
Volume 284, 2021Topical Problems of Green Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (TPACEE-2021)
|Number of page(s)
|Training of Environmental Specialists
|12 July 2021
Research on the application of virtual instrument technology in simulation training
Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre, Jiuquan, Buge Yin’a Rila, Ejin Banner, Alxa League, China
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In orde to improve the space launch capability, the virtual instrument of the ground test equipment of the measuring system is studied by using the LaBVIEW technology in view of the present situation that there is no actual training equipment for measurement system in the emission field. A suit of virtual instrument for ground test equipment is developed to meet the requirements of daily post training. By analyzing the composition, function and working principle of the simulation training platform, this paper designs the system structure, simulation members, communication protocol and simulation flow of the simulation training platform, which can be used to complete the unit test, subsystem test, integrated test and fault disposal of the aircraft. The test operator can use the virtual instrument to have an intimate knowledge of the test flow, the operation steps, the test status, the fault disposal measures and other work contents. It can effectively improve the training level and test ability of the test operator in the emission field measurement system.
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