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Active Control of Integrated Inlet/Compression Systems: Initial Results
Abstract Substantial reductions in aircraft size a …
Substantial reductions in aircraft size are possible if shorter, more aggressive, serpentine inlet ducts are used for low-observability constrained propulsion installations. To obtain this benefit, both inlet separation and compressor stall dynamics must be controlled. In this paper the integrated control of this coupled inlet/compression system is considered. Initial results are shown using separation point actuation to control both separation and stall dynamics. Calculations show that separation can be substantially reduced with approximately 1.2% core flow, based on scaling previous results. Simulation results using a medium fidelity model show that proportional control of distortion has little effect on stall behavior.
tion has little effect on stall behavior.  +
Authors Douglas G. Macmartin, Ashish Verma, Richard M. Murray, James D. Paduano  +
ID 2001d  +
Source 2001 ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting  +
Tag mvmp01-asme  +
Title Active Control of Integrated Inlet/Compression Systems: Initial Results +
Type Conference Paper  +
Categories Papers
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