Electronic Propulsion Control System/Aircraft Interface Control Documents
- Aerospace Standard
“Engine Control System” means any system or device which is part of the Engine Type design, which controls, limits, or monitors Engine operation and is necessary for continued airworthiness of the Engine.
“Electronic Engine Control System” (EECS) means an Engine Control System in which the primary functions are provided using electronics. It includes all the components (i.e., electrical, electronic, hydro-mechanical and pneumatic) which are necessary for the control of the Engine and may incorporate other control functions where desired.
Data Sets - Support Documents
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