Reliability-Growth Assessment, Prediction, and Control for Electronic Engine Control (GAPCEEC)

@inproceedings{Mcglone1984ReliabilityGrowthAP,
  title={Reliability-Growth Assessment, Prediction, and Control for Electronic Engine Control (GAPCEEC)},
  author={M. E. Mcglone and Jeff Terrell and Craig F Eilbert and Thomas W. Eakle},
  year={1984}
}
Abstract : This Reliability-Growth Assessment, Prediction and Control for Electronic Engine Control (GAPCEEC) program was performed under contract F33615- 81-C-2015. This 22-month program was formulated to study and analyze the reliability-growth phenomena obtained from electronic and hydromechanical gas turbine control equipment. This study consisted of a thorough review of the literature; an evaluation of five math models against four gas turbine control components having field and… CONTINUE READING

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