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CONTROL SYSTEMS STUDIES.

Author: Henry Low; TRW SPACE TECHNOLOGY LABS LOS ANGELES CALIF.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center 30 JUN 1959.
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The report is divided into three sections, covering the achievements of the following divisions of study and effort: advanced circuit studies, missile attitude sensors studies, and power servos studies. In the field of advanced circuit studies, packaging evaluation and redesign were under taken as a continuation to a-c servo channel development, a single-ended switching type power demodulator was developed and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Low; TRW SPACE TECHNOLOGY LABS LOS ANGELES CALIF.
OCLC Number: 227362782
Description: 35 p.

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The report is divided into three sections, covering the achievements of the following divisions of study and effort: advanced circuit studies, missile attitude sensors studies, and power servos studies. In the field of advanced circuit studies, packaging evaluation and redesign were under taken as a continuation to a-c servo channel development, a single-ended switching type power demodulator was developed and indicated satisfactory performance in laboratory evaluation, effort was continued on the design of a d-c servo amplifier, magnetic amplifier circuitry investigations were furthered, preliminary designs were made for modularized three-phase static inverters and a four-ounce static inverter was designed, and four configurations of converter-regulators were completed. In the field of missile attitude sensors, work was performed to support the present weapon systems, new gyros were evaluated, and test equipment was built and purchased for advanced weapon system analysis and proposal evaluation. Power servos studies made progress in establishing laboratory facilities and devising testing techniques; a major portion of the test equipment listed in Project Plan 165-35 was purchased or ordered, and certain work was begun on evaluation and improvement of power servos. (Author).

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