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Study of aircraft cooling systems for rotating electric equipment

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1 Author(s)
G. Cecil Martin ; Jack and Heintz, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio

THE steadily increasing upper limits in flight speed and altitude for modern aircraft are making the study of rotating electric equipment cooling systems imperative. Experience with conventional fan and blast cooling systems indicates poor cooling performance under many of the high-altitude, high-speed flight conditions now being encountered. Further, there are strong indications that other types of cooling may extract a lower over-all penalty from the airplane than the conventional systems.

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Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Part II: Applications and Industry  (Volume:71 ,  Issue: 3 )