Glenn Y. Masada

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Acknowledgments I wish to thank the multitudes of people who helped me. The first one on the list is my supervisor Dr. S. Joe Qin, who patiently introduced me into the system identification and fault diagnosis areas. Without his guidance and support I will never finish this work at this point. I would like to thank Dr. Dr. Maruthi Ram Akella, has offered(More)
The outlet oxygen concentration of an onboard oxygen generation system (OBOGS) is controlled in this study by varying the cycle time of a pressure swing adsorption process. The control of the oxygen concentration is highly desirable since both high and low concentrations of oxygen can cause physiological problems. This cycle time control method can be(More)
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