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Volume 1A: Gas Turbines
A complete control system design study is described, starting with a non-linear mathematical model and finishing with the control hardware. The basic objective of the study was to design a controller which reduced the characteristically poor response of the two-shaft automotive gas turbine. This was achieved by identifying the reasons for the acceleration delay and then designing the controller to compensate for them. The gas turbine was simulated by means of a quasi-steady non-lineardoi:10.1115/79-gt-73 fatcat:3yrl7sij2fe6xmzghlfy3qckme