1972-02-01

Electric Heating System for Aircraft Applications 720329

The adaptation of a 3-phase, alternating current, automotive modified to produce a-c energies of sufficient magnitude as to provide cabin heating for light commercial aircraft is described.
Such a system is primarily intended to provide a high degree of reliability, along with the ability to provide continuous controllable heat for long durations. Aircraft heat power sources of this type can be easily constructed, readily installed, and offers simplicity of design for uncompromising safety.

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