Accession Number:

AD0503309

Title:

Advanced Fluidic Controls for Integrated Propulsion Systems. Part IV. Demonstration of an Integrated Propulsion System Control at Simulated Flight Conditions Using Fluidic Control Techniques.

Personal Author(s):

Corporate Author:

HONEYWELL INC MINNEAPOLIS MINN AEROSPACE DIV

Report Date:

1968-09-01

Abstract:

Feasibility of a fluidic control system for advanced integrated propulsion system control was demonstrated at simulated flight conditions in an altitude engine test cell. System studies were conducted using control and engine computer simulations to develop advanced propulsion system control modes. Using fluidic sensors and computational elements developed under this program, a fluidic integrated propulsion control system was mechanized and evaluated on a J95-GE-5 engine at the Air Force Aero Propulsion Laboratory at simulated Mach numbers and altitudes. Performance capability was demonstrated in the areas of start up, speed control, transient control, compressor stability control, turbine overtemperature control, overspeed control and variable engine geometry control. Author

Descriptive Note:

Final rept. Apr 65-May 68.

Supplementary Note:

See also Part 5, AD-503 310.

Pages:

0164

Contract Number:

AF 33(615)-2696

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0.00MB

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