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Early work and recent advances in feedback control of combustion oscillations are described. The physics of combustion oscillations, most commonly caused by a coupling between acoustic waves and unsteady heat release, are discussed, and the concept of using feedback control to interrupt these interactions is introduced. Factors affecting practical implementation of feedback control, including sensors, actuators, and controller design are described, and the historical development of control strategy for combustion oscillations is reviewed. Finally, demonstrations of feedback control on full-scale combustion systems are described, and it is concluded that there is potential to apply more systematic controller designs at full scale.

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2005-01-21
2024-06-15
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