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SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. PHASE III PROPOSAL. BOEING MODEL 2707. AIR INDUCTION CONTROL SUBSYSTEM SPECIFICATION.
BOEING CO SEATTLE WA SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT DIV
This specification defines objectives, criteria and configuration, and establishes requirements for performance, operation, design, test and qualification of the air induction control subsystem hereinafter called the control subsystem as applied to the prototype model supersonic transport airplane. Differences between the prototype and production airplanes are described in Supplement I. This subsystem is used to provide automatic and manual control of the air induction subsystem, hereinafter called the inlet. There shall be one independent control subsystem for each of the four inlets. Each control subsystem changes the geometry of an inlet centerbody and operates its bypass louvers and takeoff doors to provide efficient inlet airflow diffusion and high performance inlet-engine airflow match. The subsystems include necessary hydraulic power generation, hydraulic power distribution equipment, and flight deck controls and displays. Power from the airplane electrical system and from each of the engines is required by the subsystem in order to accomplish its intended function. Author