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Utilising Electrohydrostatic Actuation Technology for Critical Naval Subsea and Surface Missions

Date:
Wednesday 9 October
Time:
1500-1600
Registration:
This event is open and complimentary to PACIFIC 2019 trade visitors, exhibitors and conference delegates.
Click here to register and make your expression of interest to attend (please note that your expression of interest does not guarantee you a place; Numbers at the PACIFIC 2019 complimentary conferences are limited and spaces are not guaranteed. Attendance is subject to availability and is on a first come, first served basis).
Location:
Starboard Theatrette, Hall 1, ICC Sydney

Missions for Submarines, Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV) and Autonomous Surface Vessels (ASV) may require transiting the open ocean and conducting over-the-horizon operations in the littoral zone for months. These longer duration missions will demand highly reliable control actuation to ensure mission success, survivability of high value payloads, and to remain undetected.

Electrohydrostatic Actuators (EHA), often referred to as “power by wire”, are fully self-contained actuation systems that combine design elements from electric and electrohydraulic actuation. Moog began investing to develop advanced EHA technology in the late 1980’s for the next generation of “more electric” aircraft flight controls. Over the last two decades, we have matured the technology making significant advancements in performance, reliability, weight and design footprint making it ideal for critical naval subsea and surface missions.

Moog’s presentation will explore the utilisation of EHA technology including:

  • Addressing the demanding requirements of critical naval missions.
  • The various actuation architecture options available for large submarines, AUV and ASV control systems.
  • An evaluation of the advantages and disadvantages of the EHA in the undersea domain relative to naval warfare.
  • An analysis of the relative reliability that can be achieved.
  • The implications of EHA to system redundancy.

 

Speakers:

Boris Kazakevich

Boris Kazakevich is the Engineering Manager of Moog Australia. He is based at Moog Head office in Melbourne. Boris has over 25 years of experience working in the industry focusing on motion control challenges. During his 10 year career with Moog he has been applying Electrohydraulic Systems and Closed Loop Control Solutions in the area of Material and Components Testing. Boris works closely with a number of research facilities around the country delivering solutions via projects and providing ongoing support for the most challenging test applications.

Xavier Sebastiani

Xavier Sebastiani is Sales & Application Engineer and Naval Systems lead at Moog Australia. Xavier has 13 years of experience working in the industry, and 7 focusing on motion control solutions. During his 7 year career with Moog, he has been solving motion control challenges within the industrial automation, power generation, renewable energy and Naval Defence markets. In Australia, Xavier is actively engaged with Primes, System suppliers and the Royal Australian Navy, for the purpose of SEA1000, SEA5000, SEA1180 and SEA1905 programs.

Further enquiries: 
Susie Stamatiou
Admin Officer 
Moog Australia 
0439 755 562 
snguyen3@moog.com