Some Controls and Accessories Design Approaches to Technical Requirements for Gas Turbine Engines 690739
The development of aircraft and gas turbine powerplants has resulted in engine specifications and technical requirements which are increasingly difficult for the engine controls and accessory design engineers to satisfy. The objective of this paper is to review the approaches being taken by the controls and accessory designers in an attempt to meet the challenges of engine control at minimum weight long life with maximum reliability over a wide range of environmental conditions for future engines.
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