RSS feed Add to your Facebook page Watch us on Youtube

Educational

Notes

More Intelligent Gas Turbine Engines

RTO-EN-AVT-181

The Lecture Series provided specific information on the future control configuration of the GTE, the necessary measurements and actuation point that will enable a hierarchical adaptive and active control structure of the engine.

Published5/5/2010
STOAuthorExternalMultiple
STOPublicationTypeEducational Notes RDP
Publication_ReferenceRTO-EN-AVT-181
DOI10.14339/RTO-EN-AVT-181
ISBNN/A
STOPublisherRTO
AccessNATO Unclassified
STOKeywordsdistributed control; hierarchical control; sensing technologies; actuation technologies; health monitoring of gte; active control; design challenges

View All Properties
Edit Properties


This document is distributed in accordance with NATO Security Regulations and
Information Management Policies of the Science and Technology Organization.



 

 

 
  
  
  
  
Access
  
$EN-AVT-181-PC.pdf$EN-AVT-181-PCProgramme Committee5/5/2010Open Access
EN-AVT-181-01.pdfEN-AVT-181-01Lecture Overview5/5/2010Open Access
EN-AVT-181-04.pdfEN-AVT-181-04Intelligent Control and health Monitoring5/5/2010Open Access
EN-AVT-181-05.pdfEN-AVT-181-05Distributed Control Architecture5/5/2010Open Access
EN-AVT-181-07-1.pdfEN-AVT-181-07-1Sensors Requirements and Roadmaps Part 15/5/2010Open Access
EN-AVT-181-07-2.pdfEN-AVT-181-07-2Sensors Requirements and Roadmaps Part 25/5/2010Open Access
EN-AVT-181-08.pdfEN-AVT-181-08Generic Actuator Requirements and Actuation Technologies5/5/2010Open Access
EN-AVT-181-09.pdfEN-AVT-181-09Actuator Applications and Roadmaps5/5/2010Open Access
EN-AVT-181-10.pdfEN-AVT-181-10Summary and Recommandations5/5/2010Open Access

Share