Theses and Dissertations
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A model for the study of fast transients on a D-C distribution system
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1965)
Fast voltage transients have been found capable of disrupting the operation of a proposed solid-state, ac-dc inverter system. A method is proposed for studying the propagation of such transients in an involved d-c power ...
Control of a real system by a time-shared computer
Advances in digital computer technology have led to employment of the computer as a control device. Although many theories for utilization of the digital computer as the compensator in a position feedback control system ...
Management study of Skyway Roofing Co., Inc., Troy, New York
(Troy, New York; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1964-06)
A flight test determination of the static longitudinal stability of the Cessna 310d airplane
(Princeton University, 1961-05)
The purpose of this investigation was to determine the static longitudinal stability of the Cessna 310d airplane through steady state flight tests. The flight test method used to determine the location of the neutral points ...
Analysis of an on-off modulated clutch servomechanism
(Monterey, California: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1960)
This thesis presents an analysis of a nonlinear servomechanism,, The nonlinear control device is an electromechanical spring clutch designed by the Propeller Division of the Curtis s-Wright Corporation for use in both ...
An investigation of the equations of motion method for the evaluation of the longitudinal dynamic stability derivatives of the F-80A from transient response data
(Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton University, 1952)
Transient resonse data obtained from the flight tests of an F-90A airplane were analyzed for the longitudinal stability derivatives by the Equations of Motions Method in order to determine whether or not the method is ...
An evaluation of the tension impact test by correlation with the physical properties of aluminum alloys
(California Institute of Technology, 1938)
In an endeavor to evaluate the Tension Impact Test and to correlate results, it was necessary to conduct the test upon material whose exact physical properties were known. It was decided to employ the purpose as a complete ...
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Captain, United States Marine Corps (37)
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