Zonal and L/HIRF Analysis in MPC Plus

With an MPC Plus license, the software now also supports aircraft zonal and L/HIRF analysis according to the MSG-3 guidelines. These new analysis capabilities are integrated into the same analysis project with your other MSG-3 analyses.

Zonal and L/HIRF Analysis in MPC Plus

Also available only in MPC Plus, we now provide full support for MSG-3 zonal and L/HIRF analysis. Using another flexible hierarchy dedicated specifically to the aircraft zones that you need to consider, the software guides you through the process of selecting which analysis method(s) are applicable and records the team's responses and recommendations.

Specify the Zones and Select Zonal-L/HIRF Analyses

For zonal and L/HIRF analysis, you can select from the complete list of major zones and major sub-zones defined in iSpec 2200: Aircraft Systems.

After you have defined the zones, MPC provides built-in logic to help you determine which analyses are recommended.

For all of the zonal-L/HIRF analysis types, an authorized user can configure the rating system to fit your particular processes and needs.

Standard and Enhanced Zonal Analysis

MPC Plus facilitates both of the zonal analysis methods discussed in the MSG-3 guidelines. For any zone in the hierarchy, you can perform the Standard Zonal Analysis, which considers:

If the zone contains wiring, you may also need to perform the Enhanced Zonal Analysis, which considers fire potential and criticality.

L/HIRF Analysis

For zones that contain lightning/high intensity radiated field protection systems (such as shielded wires, raceways, bonding jumpers, RF gaskets, etc.), the L/HIRF Analysis helps you evaluate their susceptibility to degradation from environmental deterioration or accidental damage.

You can also define the systems that will help to avoid, eliminate or reduce the consequences of an L/HIRF event.

Fully Define the Zonal Inspection Program (ZIP)

For each zonal analysis, MPC makes it easy to define the inspections and other zonal maintenance tasks that are recommended by the team.

For standard zonal analysis, you also have the option to automatically incorporate any of the ZIP candidate tasks that have been identified in other MSG-3 analyses.

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