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Advanced Flight Vehicle Self-adaptive Flight Control System. Part III: Support Equipment Study

Report Number: WADD TR 60-651 Part 3
Author: Exby, C. B.
Author: Gray, J. R.
Author: Harrison, J. W.
Corporate Author: Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Company
Laboratory: Flight Control Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1961-02
Pages: 77
Contract: AF 33(616)-6610
Project: 8226
Task: 10889
AD Number: AD0271570

Results are presented of the design study to develop the ground support equipment for the MH-96 Adaptive Flight Control System to be tested in the X-15 aircraft. Design solutions are presented which reflect the problem areas that became apparent as the designs of the ground support equipment progressed. Since the final flight control system design changes have not yet been made, the GSE solutions have also not been finalized. However, this report presents a summary of the design practices being followed in the development of the ground support equipment for the MH-96 Adaptive Flight Control System.

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