عنوان مقاله [English]
Todays, determining the maximum time it takes to keep navigation blocks in stock before re-calibration is one of the major concerns in the aerospace industry, as increasing this time helps to save a large part of costs. Reduce the transportation of blocks from the warehouse to the calibration laboratory and return them. On the other hand, reducing the storage time of the block in the warehouse, as it results in fewer changes in the calibration coefficients, will result in increased navigation accuracy when the blocks need to be used on the system. Therefore, choosing the right time for a compromise between cost and error rate will be essential. In this paper, by selecting a sensitivity analysis, called Monte Carlo analysis and having information on monthly calibration coefficients of navigation sensors over a period of one to two years, the calibration interval of navigation and navigation blocks is extracted analytically. Be. To achieve this goal, it is first shown that the sensitivity of the navigation error to the changes of the calibration coefficients is independent of the uncertainty range of the calibration coefficients, and then Monte Carlo analysis for each of the bias and scale factors of the various sensor blocks and a sampled navigation block. Finally, the results of this analysis show the relationship between the storage time of the block in the warehouse and the maximum error uncertainty.