BASIC APPLIED RESEARCH IN FLUID POWER CONTROL.
Technical progress rept. no. 3, 1 Jun-15 Oct 65,
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE ENGINEERING PROJECTS LAB
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The report presents technical results and describes progress in several phases of continuing applied research and development related to the design and development of high-performance fluid control devices for advanced aerospace systems. Emphasis continues to be placed on pneumatic components and systems which are capable of performing, with high reliability, over wide ranges of temperature and in the presence of intense radiation. The report describes current work dealing with a differential pulse-length modulated gas servo, the dynamic modeling of fluid jet modulators, electrostatic fluid jet modulation, gas actuated accelerometers, fluid transformers, gas bearings, and the interaction of a fluid jet and a receiver diffuser. Author
- Fluidics and Fluerics