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Fly-by-Throttle Flight Control Bibliography

  1. Burcham, Frank W., Jr., C. G. Fullerton, Glenn Gilyard, Tom Wolfe, and J. A. Stewart, "Preliminary Investigation of the Use of Throttles for Emergency Flight Control," AIAA 91-2222, June 1991.
  2. Gilyard, Glenn, Jeanette Le, and Frank W. Burcham, Jr., "A Simulation Evaluation of a Four-Engine Jet Transport Using Engine Thrust Modulation for Flight Path Control," AIAA 91-2223, June 1991.
  3. Burcham, Frank W., Jr. and C. Gordon Fullerton, "Controlling Crippled Aircraft - With Throttles," Flight Safety Foundation paper, Nov. 1991.
  4. Burcham, Frank W., Jr. and C. Gordon Fullerton, "Controlling Crippled Aircraft - With Throttles," NASA TM-104238, Nov. 1991
  5. Azzano, Christopher P.,"A Preliminary Look at an Optimal Multivariable Design for Propulsion Only Flight Control of Jet Transport Aircraft," NASA CR-186014, Apr. 1992. NASA tech monitor: Glenn Gilyard.
  6. Burcham, Frank W., Jr., Trindel Maine, and Thomas Wolf, "Flight Testing and Simulation of an F-15 Airplane Using Throttles for Flight Control," AIAA 92-4109-CP.
  7. Burcham, Frank W., Jr., Trindel Maine, and Thomas Wolf, "Flight Testing and Simulation of an F-15 Airplane Using Throttles for Flight Control," NASA TM-104255.
  8. Urnes, James M. and Frank W. Burcham, Jr., "Application of Self-Repairing Flight and Propulsion Control Technology to Survivability of Damaged Commercial Aircraft," FAA Aircraft Hardening and Survivability Symposium, Atlantic City, NJ, Aug. 1992 (oral).
  9. Dornheim, Michael A., "NASA Develops Software to Control Aircraft with Throttles Alone," Aviation Week and Space Technology magazine, June 24, 1991.
  10. Schiff, Barry, "Out of Controls," AOPA, Oct. 1992.
  11. Burcham, Frank W., Jr., Trindel Maine, Gordon Fullerton, and Ed Wells, "Preliminary Flight Test Results of a Fly-by-Throttle Emergency Flight Control System on an F-15 Airplane" AIAA 93-1820, June 1993.
  12. "NASA Jet lands using engines-only flight control software," Aerospace Daily, Apr. 26, 1993, p. 166.
  13. "NASA achieves engine-only landing control," Flight International, May 5-11, 1993, p. 18.
  14. Gerren, Donna, "Design, Analysis, and Control of a Large Transport Aircraft Utilizing Engine Thrust as a Backup System for the Primary Flight Controls," NASA CR-192937, Mar. 1993.
  15. Discovery Awards, Aviation and Aerospace, Discover magazine, Oct. 1993, p. 59.
  16. Fullerton, C. Gordon, "Propulsion Controlled Aircraft Research," Society of Experimental Test Pilots Symposium paper, ISSN #0742-3705, Sept. 1993.
  17. Maine, Trindel, "Flight Results of an Augmented Fly-by-Throttle Flight Control System," SAE Aerotech, Sept. 1993 (oral).
  18. Burcham, Frank W., Jr., James Urnes, and L. Feather, Transport Aircraft Survivability Conference, oral presentations, Oct. 1993.
  19. Norris, Guy, "MD-11 test for new control idea," Flight International, Nov. 10-16, 1993, p. 11.
  20. Wells, Edward A. and James M. Urnes, Sr., "Design and Flight Test of the Propulsion Controlled Aircraft Flight Control System on the NASA F-15 Test Aircraft," NASA CR-186028, Feb. 1994.
  21. Dorr, Les, Jr., Coming In on Two Engines and a Prayer," NASA Magazine, Winter 1994, p. 14-17, Mar. 1994.
  22. Burcham, Frank W., Jr., John Burken, and Trindel Maine," Flight Testing a Propulsion-Controlled Aircraft Emergency Flight Control System on an F-15 Airplane," AIAA 94-2123, June 1994.
  23. Maine, Trindel, Peter Schaefer, John Burken, and Frank W. Burcham, Jr., "Design Challenges Encountered in a Propulsion Controlled Aircraft Flight Test Program," AIAA 94-3359, June 1994.
  24. "Safety Gets a Boost From Backup Software," 32nd Annual R & D 100 Awards, Sept. 1994, p. 25.
  25. "Propulsion Controlled Aircraft," Session with 5 papers in the F-15 HIDEC Electronic Conference, Sept. 1994.