Linear State Variable Dynamic Model And Estimator Design For Allison T406 Gas Turbine Engine
This paper describes a procedure for developing a State Variable Model for the Allison T406 gas turbine engine. This linear model is useful for designing controllers using modern control techniques. The engine and V-22 rotor system is modeled around an operating point by using four state variables and one input variable. For a given power setting, it is observed that two linear models are sufficient to represent the engine dynamics over the entire flight envelope. A relationship between surge margin and the state variables is also developed. It is demonstrated that these linear models are useful in designing an estimator for accommodating hard sensor failures. © 1990, Freund Publishing House Ltd.
V. S. Rao et al., "Linear State Variable Dynamic Model And Estimator Design For Allison T406 Gas Turbine Engine," International Journal of Turbo and Jet Engines, vol. 7, no. 3 thru 4, pp. 179 - 186, De Gruyter, Jan 1990.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1515/TJJ.1990.7.3-4.179
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01 Jan 1990