home

contact
Home > Products > Reporting System > ISO > Prop Scan EPS search
The Reporting System  

Prop  Scan software

The Prop Scan Reporting System is a software package that collects the data from the Measuring Assembly . The software processes the data and produces reports used in the production, correction and modification of propellers.

The Prop Scan Reporting System software is designed for accurate measurement and assessment of propellers.

The ISO 484 Standards and Prop Scan EPS (Enhanced Propeller Standards) are used throughout the software programs to ensure accuracy and repeatability.


REPORT FEATURES

Graphical Reports - ALLOWS QUICK ASSESSMENT
The Line Graph and Bar Graph reports highlight the inaccuracies and problems within a propeller. The technician is alerted to even the smallest problem. These reports can also be printed.

Printed Reports
The computer generates and prints a range of extremely useful propeller reports designed to save time and assist the technician in his duties.

Customer Reports
Before and after reports are generated for customers, verifying the job has been completed as per the customers specifications for pitch and accuracy.

  • The Prop Scan Assessment Report is the report that displays the quality of the propeller after its measured.
  • The Prop Scan Quality Certificate is the final report displaying the propeller’s pitch and accuracy.

Permanent Records - NEVER LOOSE A CUSTOMER RECORD
A record of every propeller measured is permanently stored on the computer.

Network Capabilities
The Prop Scan computer system has a powerful network capability which allows a number of computers to be linked together so that propeller information and reports about a particular job can be viewed from any computer on the network


The Prop Scan Reporting System software generates:

Line Graphs

The Line Graph displays, for each measured section:

  • A Line Graph plotting each degree the pressure face
  • The mean pitch of each blade
  • The mean pitch of the section
  • The blade angle from leading edge to trailing edge

When design is selected

  • The section design pitch.
  • A Line Graph plotting the design of the pressure face
  • A tolerance band indicating the design limits of the section

The Line Graph report displays the pressure face of the propeller section from leading edge to trailing edge. The green line (blade 1) shows the irregularities of the blade face at .7 radius. The blue line represents blade two, the red line blade three and the pink line blade number 4.

The example on the right displays the above features and more.


Bar Graphs

The Bar Graph displays in graphical form:
  • The pitch of each blade
  • The mean pitch of each section
  • The allowable tolerance of each section
  • The pass rating
  • The mean pitch of each blade
  • The allowable tolerance of each blade
  • The mean pitch of the propeller
  • The allowable tolerance of the propeller

Blade one is shown as green, blade two blue, and three red. The design mean is shown as a pink line. The yellow doted line indicates the allowable tolerance for ISO 484 Class 1.

The example on the right displays the above features and more.


Assessment Reports

Assessment Report

The Prop Scan Assessment Report displays the features of the measured propeller and compares them to the selected ISO 484 or Prop Scan EPS class.

The Assessment Report displays:

  • Propeller pitch
  • Blade pitch
  • Section pitch
  • Tolerances on pitch
  • Prop Scan Enhanced Propeller Standards

The Prop Scan Assessment Report is stored on file for future reference and a copy is presented to the customer.


Quality Certificates

Quality Certificate

The Prop Scan Quality Certificate compares the corrected propeller to the optimum enhanced design using the ISO 484 International Standards for quality assurance and the Prop Scan EPS (Enhanced Propeller Standards) to further control the quality and design requirements.

The Prop Scan Quality Certificate along with the initial Assessment Report will go on file and a copy is presented to the customer.

 

 

© 1997 to Propeller Dynamics Pty. Ltd.