Reports and Technical Memoranda of Robert Stengel

  1. Digital Resonant and Notch Filters, M.I.T. Charles Stark Draper Laboratory (CSDL) SAD-16-68, Oct 1968.
  2. Improved Manual Control for the Lunar Landing, CSDL SAD-21-69, July 1969.
  3. The RCS Control Laws, in Guidance System Operations Plan for Manned LM Earth Orbital and Lunar Missions Using Program LUMINARY, Section 3: Digital Autopilot, 1969.
  4. Applications of Engineering Techniques to the Analysis of Cardiovascular Data, CSDL(no number), Nov 1969.
  5. Attitude Estimation for a Highly Flexible Vehicle, CSDL AAP- 70-23C-16, Nov 1970.
  6. Aerodynamic Trim Boundaries and Nonlinear Elevator Effects for the NASA MSC April 1970 Baseline Orbiter, CSDL SSV-70-23C-16, Nov 1970.
  7. Unified Digital Autopilot with Specific Reference to the Transition Phase, CSDL Space Shuttle GN & C Equation Document No. 8-71, Mar 1971.
  8. State of the Art of Redundant Flight Control Systems, CSDL (no number), Sept 1971.
  9. Gust and Turbulence Response of a Delta-Wing Orbiter with a Digital Flight Control System, CSDL SSV-71-23C-17, Dec 1971.
  10. A Unified Digital Flight Control System for the Space Shuttle Orbiter: Cruising Flight Modes, CSDL SSV-71-23C-19, Dec 1971.
  11. Pitch Rate Compensation for Steady Turns, CSDL SSV-71-23C-3, Feb 1972.
  12. Atmospheric Digital Flight Control System Design, in Guidance and Control Division Fourth Space Shuttle Quarterly Task Review, NASA MSC EG13-72-8, Feb 1972.
  13. Mechanical vs. Analog vs. Digital Atmospheric Flight Control Systems, in CSDL Space Shuttle Review, Mar 1972.
  14. Reliability of Redundant Flight Control Systems CSDL SSV-72-23C-6, Apr 1972.
  15. Effects of Variance Weights on Root Locations and Transient Response in a Linear-Optimal Longitudinal Controller, CSDL SSV- 72-23C-15, Dec 1972 (with R. Goss).
  16. An Interactive Computer Program for Digital Flight Control System Design, CSDL SSV-73-23C-6, Mar 1973.
  17. Guidance, Navigation, and Control Concepts for a Flyable Ejection Seat (AERCAB), AFAL-TR-396, Jan 1974 (with D. Klein).
  18. Contribution to Aircraft Fuel Conservation: An AIAA View, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, New York, J. Grey, ed., June 1974.
  19. Test Plan for Airborne Pointing and Tracking System Aided-Track Algorithms, TASC TR-480-1 (for AFSWC), July 1974.
  20. Digital Design Principles for Modular Guided Weapons, TASC TR-566-1 (for AFATL), Sept 1974 (with C. Brown, P. Berry, and R. Pyle).
  21. The Evaluation of Thermal Discharge Effects on Aquatic Biological Communities, TASC TR-650-1 (for New England Electric System), Jan 1975 (with G. Luders, E. Ruber, and J. Carr).
  22. Stability and Control of Maneuvering High-Performance Aircraft, NASA CR-2788, Apr 1977 (with P. Berry).
  23. Energy Management Techniques for Fuel Conservation in Military Transport Aircraft, AFFDL-TR-156, Mar 1976 (with F. Marcus).
  24. The Design of Digital-Adaptive Controllers for VTOL Aircraft, NASA CR-144912, Mar 1976 (with J. Broussard and P. Berry).
  25. High Angle-of-Attack Stability and Control, ONR-CR215-237-1, Apr 1976 (with J. Taylor, J. Broussard and P. Berry).
  26. Advanced Concepts for Submarine Control, TASC TR-662-1 (for ONR), Aug 1976 (with J. Griffin, J. Broussard, and P. Berry).
  27. Experiment Design and Data Analysis, TASC TIM-903-1 (for DOT), Mar 1977.
  28. Modern Methods of Aircraft Stability and Control Analysis, ONR-CR215-237-2, May 1977 (with J. Broussard, P. Berry, and J. Taylor).
  29. Flying Qualities of an Aircraft with Strong Lateral- Directional Coupling, NASA CR-158961, Dec 1978 (with G. Miller).
  30. Modern Digital Flight Control System Design for VTOL Aircraft, NASA CR- 159019, Mar 1979 (with J. Broussard and P. Berry).
  31. Digital Flight Control Research Using Microprocessor Technology, ONR-CR300- 003-1, Mar 1980 (with J.C. Seat and G. Miller).
  32. Contribution to Low-Altitude Wind Shear and Its Hazard to Aviation, National Academy Press, Washington, DC, J. Townsend, ed., 1983.
  33. Artificial Intelligence Theory and Reconfigurable Control Systems, Princeton University Report No. MAE-1664, June 1984.
  34. Solving the Pilot's Wind-Shear Problem, Aerospace America, Vol. 23, No. 3, March 1985, pp. 82-85.
  35. Flight and Laboratory Experiments with a Voice Recognition System, Princeton University Report No. MAE-1745, Apr 1986 (with C. Huang).
  36. Time to Reinvent the General Aviation Aircraft, Aerospace America, Vol. 25, No. 5, Aug 1987, pp. 24-27.
  37. Digital Control and Parameter Estimation for an Impact Printing Mechanism, Princeton University Report No. MAE-1798, Dec 1987.
  38. Artificial Intelligence Theory and Reconfigurable Control Systems, Princeton University Report No. MAE-1826, June 1988.
  39. Contribution to Small Machines, Large Opportunities: A Report on the Emerging Field of Microdynamics, Report of the NSF Workshop on Microelectromechanical Systems Research, Washington, DC, K. Gabriel et al, ed., 1988.
  40. Contribution to A Basis for Research and Development Planning for Civil Aviation in the 21st Century, AIAA, Washington, DC, J. Grey, ed., Mar 1989.
  41. Intelligent Vehicle/Highway Systems, General Motors Research Laboratories, Warren, MI, Nov 1989 (editor).
  42. Contribution to The Role of New Technology in Revitalizing General Aviation, AIAA, Washington, DC, J. Grey, ed., Apr 1990.
  43. Aerodynamics of the Comet Recovery Module, Research Triangle Institute, Cocoa Beach, FL, Jan 1992.
  44. Reentry Trajectories of the Comet Recovery Module, Research Triangle Institute, Cocoa Beach, FL, Mar 1992.
  45. Contribution to Star 21: Strategic Technologies for the Army of the 21st Century, National Research Council, Washington, DC, W. Hawkins, general chairman, 1992.
  46. Aerospace Guidance and Control, in Using MATLAB in the Classroom, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, 1993, pp. 3-26.
  47. Contribution to An Independent View of NASA's New Technology Investment Program, AIAA, Washington, DC, J. Grey, ed., June 1993.
  48. Technology Assessment and Baseline Concepts for Intelligent Aircraft/Airspace Systems, Princeton University Report MAE-2016, Feb 1995 (with J. Wangermann).
  49. Contribution to Prior Concepts, Technologies, and Policy/Economic Considerations Applicable to the Highly Reusable Space Transportation (HRST) Study, AIAA, Washington, DC, J. Grey, ed., July 1997.
  50. Contribution to 1999 Assessment of the Office of Naval Research's Air and Surface Weapons Technology Program, National Research Council, Washington, DC, A. Berman and G. S. Sebestyen, co-chairs, 1999.
  51. Contribution to Naval Forces' Capability for Theater Missile Defense, National Research Council, Washington, DC, A. Berman, chair, 2001.
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