Survey of gas tubine control for application to marine gas turbine propulsion system control
Smith, David L.
Metz Stephen D.
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The Marine Gas Turbine control systems in present use in the US Navy are significant technological age that new design techniques and micro-processing abilities could lead to more optimal performance and increased plant efficiency. This paper reviews current design theory approaches for aviation gas turbine control advances in digital control. This review shows that todays technology presents the opportunity to redesign control systems for marine gas turbine propulsion and thereby increase its operating performance.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-69-89-002
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