Performance, Life, and Operability Trade-Offs in VCE (Variable Cycle Engine) Control Logic Design.
Final rept. Aug 78-Nov 80.
GENERAL MOTORS CORP INDIANAPOLIS IN DETROIT DIESEL ALLISON DIV
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The baseline engine control requirements were generated from previous control design experience. The control requirements for the 680-B1 next generation engine were then generated from a top down analysis of mission weapon system, aircraft, and engine requirements. The performance, operability, and engine component life parameters were then varied to determine the trade-offs with each other. It was clearly demonstrated that the control logic can perform trade-offs in these parameters through the choices made throughout the logic design procedure. Author
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