Thesis of Nassia Daouayry

Development of reliable and robust prediction methods for the future state of the complex system based on the analysis usage history. Application to the helicopter.


The proposed thesis work is part of the development of a technique to determine the actual and future state of a helicopter. This is a key issue in defining dynamic maintenance operations adapted to the actual condition and operational use of helicopters. Indeed, today it should be highlighted that the cost of the maintenance of a helicopter represents approximately one third of the costs that customers receive during the operation of their helicopter. Several approaches aimed at improving maintenance and reducing these costs have resulted in the development of algorithms, methods, tools,... to anticipate failure, malfunction or detect failure on a complex system.

Advisor: Jean-Marc Petit
Coadvisor: Vasile-Marian Scuturici
Codirection: Vasile-Marian Scuturici

Defense date: wednesday, september 30, 2020

Mr Defude BrunoProfesseur(e)Telecom SudParisRapporteur(e)
Mr Mephu Nguifo EngelbertProfesseur(e)Université d'AuvergneRapporteur(e)
Mme Sedes FlorenceProfesseur(e)Université Paul Sabatier, ToulousePrésident(e)
Mr Maisonneuve Pierre-LoïcDocteurAirbus HélicoptèresExaminateur​(trice)
Mr Scuturici Vasile-MarianMaître de conférenceINSA LyonCo-directeur (trice)
Mr Petit Jean-MarcProfesseur(e)INSA LyonDirecteur(trice) de thèse
Mr Mechouche AmmarDocteurAirbus HélicoptèresInvité(e)