Thanks Bill! Unfortunately, this was one of those projects where I flew a lot of beta code and it didn’t work right. Then I had to walk away from it and come back with a fresh outlook after studying some more engineering materials on governors, punching the calculator keys for two hours, and making spreadsheets to graph throttle response to torque curves.
When I started this project it looked simple. And the math behind a basic flyweight governor, which is the most proven and used governor of all recorded time, is very simple. Tailoring it so it fits the torque and power curve characteristics of various prime movers, not so much.