engine electronic control system

engine electronic control system
электродная система управления двигателем

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  • full-authority digital electronic control — A digital electronic fuel control for a gas turbine engine that controls the fuel supply to the engine through the entire operating regime of the engine. The system significantly reduces the pilot workload while providing the best available… …   Aviation dictionary


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