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A transient response analysis of a multi-loop computation servomechanism in the SUBROC MK 75, Attack Analyzer.

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Rorie, Conrad J.
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Pastel, Marvin
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1960
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Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
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The multi-loop Lead Angle servo loop is utilized as a analog computing loop that mechanizes the range-bearing torpedo fire control equation. This thesis applies several new servo analysis techniques, develops system component transfer functions, analyzes individual loops, and examines qualitative stability and response of the overall system. No response or error criteria was specified. Based on the author' experience and advice from submariners a minimum error criteria is derived. This thesis preposes several modifications of the origional system in order to improve performance, points out several deficiencies, and recommends areas of further study.
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Distinguished Alumni Award Program author. RADM Conrad J. Rorie, USN (Ret) (Presented 31 Oct 07)
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Dept. of Electrical Engineering
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