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MeetingACGS Committee Meeting 110 - Auburn, Maine - October 2012
4.2 Government Agencies Summary Reports
4.2.1 NASA Glenn
PresenterSanjay Garg
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AbstractWith the increased emphasis on aircraft safety, enhanced performance and affordability, and the need to reduce the environmental impact of aircraft, there are many new challenges being faced by the designers of aircraft propulsion systems. Also the propulsion systems required to enable the NASA future human space exploration activities in an affordable manner will need to have high reliability, safety and autonomous operation capability. The Controls and Dynamics Branch (CDB) at NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Glenn Research Center (GRC) in Cleveland, Ohio, is leading and participating in various projects in partnership with other organizations within GRC and across NASA, the U.S. aerospace industry, and academia to develop advanced controls and health management technologies that will help meet these challenges through the concept of Intelligent Propulsion Systems.

The activities covered in the presentation include: i) Overview of CDB research tasks under the NASA Aeronautics Research Mission and Human Exploration Mission programs; ii) accomplishments for Turbine Based Combined Cycle inlet dynamic modeling and testing on the GRC 10X10 supersonic wind tunnel under the NASA Hypersonics project; iv) CDB accomplishments in support of modeling of the J-2X engine under the Space Launch System program, and sensor data qualification for data reduction from engine tests; and v) Update on CDB developed software packages available through the NASA GRC software repository of special interest to this community is the recent release of the software package for Systematic Sensor Selection approach which is useful for determining an optimal suite of sensors to achieve the required level of system fault detection and isolation.

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