1964-01-01

Electrical Controls for Gas Turbines 640413

This paper describes in general terms the design and development principles of electrical engine controls and how these must be formulated so that a given performance and reliability of the equipment can be attained. Reliability is emphasized in those areas that require special attention in equipment of this nature.
The two systems that are currently in use are described fully. Finally, the advantages of electrical systems for controls are presented and examined with respect to present-day electrical technology and its potential development.

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