Can anyone confirm that there is indeed no adverbial form of "controlled" that could be used with verbs that describe actions done in a controlled way.
For example, it seems to be wrong to write
The bomb was detonated controlledly.
The bomb was detonated in a controlled manner/way/fashion.
There is a somewhat related post here, but it does not specifically address the question of whether or not there is an adverb.
(I suppose it does not make much sense to ask why the English language does not have a shorter way of saying "in a controlled way", but let me mention it anyway.)