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By Karl-Heinz Regnat

The Junkers Ju 390 was once a German plane meant for use as a heavy shipping, maritime patrol plane, and long-range bomber, a long-range by-product of the Ju 290.

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5 RESULTS Square Jet Reconstructions Inversion of projection d a t a from module absorption measurements was performed using adaptive F D D I . 3a shows a reconstruction of experimental CO2 concentration d a t a from a forced square jet. The structure seen at the top of the peak in Fig. 3a is due in part to the shape of the F D D I basis functions and the number of basis functions used in the reconstruction. Refinement of adaptive F D D I is being investigated. 3 (a) Adaptive FDDI reconstruction of forced-jet CO2 concentration distribution from a 3 m/s jet with 25% CO2; and (6) refined adaptive FDDI reconstruction of the data from (a).

5. Developing complex diagnostics including semiconductor surface sensors and optical sensors, based on tunable laser diodes for sensing both gaseous and liquid characters. 6. Investigating adaptive, active control to ensure optimal performance while maintaining a margin of stability. 7. Performing mathematical analysis, advanced computational simulation, and modeling of detonation of multicomponent mixtures using real chemistry and molecular mixing. S. and foreign technical institutions has enabled significant progress in addressing these issues.

One algorithm is based on leastmean-square (LMS) techniques that are suitable for inner-loop stabilization of combustion instabilities, and the other is based on direct optimization that can be used for either stabilization or outer loop optimization of combustion process objectives, such as flame compactness or emissions. Active combustion control strategies included model-based, optimal control of liquid-fueled combustion systems (Chapter 19) by Annaswamy and Ghoniem^s group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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