electronic engine control

electronic engine control (EEC)

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An electronic fuel control for gas turbine engines. It sends out metered fuel to the engine for all flight conditions by sensing various parameters, such as the throttle position, engine RPM, atmospheric conditions, speed, and height. EEC prevents engine overspeed and overtemperature conditions.
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Engine: Honeywell TPE331-10 turboprop, 900 hp (671 kW) with digital electronic engine control (DEEC)
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Beginning with an overview of the use of computers in cars, the work discusses topics such as common components of computerized engine control systems, operating principles, diagnostic concepts and equipment, GM electronic engine controls, Ford Electronic Engine Control V system, Chrysler fuel injection systems, Bosch engine controls, Asian computer systems, and diagnostic strategies.
It includes a software upgrade for the Electronic Engine Control and a new data entry plug.
It is comprised of a software upgrade for the Electronic Engine Control (EEC), as well as a new data entry plug (DEP).
Electronic engine control systems have moved into the mainstream as engine makers release new high horsepower outboards.
While apologizing for the delayed recalls of Toyota's popular models over faulty gas pedals, Toyoda denied any link between reported sudden accelerations of Toyota vehicles and problems with the electronic engine control system.
The US is now exploring evidence that could reveal problems with electronic engine control systems.
The company won recognition for supplying the first fully electronic engine control system in Formula 1 when its revolutionary technology helped put Ayrton Senna's Toleman-Hart a very close second to Alain Prost in the torrential rain of the 1984 Monaco GP.

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