High Stability Engine Control ( HISTEC )

@inproceedings{JohnHighSE,
  title={High Stability Engine Control ( HISTEC )},
  author={G H John and C... and DeLaat}
}
Future aircraft turbine engines, both commercial and military, must be able to successfully accommodate expected increased levels of steady-state and dynamic engine-face distortion. The current approach of incorporating a sufficient component design stall margin to tolerate these increased levels of distortion would significantly reduce performance. The objective of the High Stability Engine Control (HISTEC) program is to design, develop, and flight demonstrate an advanced, high-stability… CONTINUE READING
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