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Gregory I Rozman, David W Chaudoir, Jacek F Gieras: Architecture for dual source electric power generating system. Hamilton Sundstrand Corporation, Kinney & Lange P A, January 22, 2013: US08358111 (13 worldwide citation)

A dual source electric power generating system (EPGS) provides both a regulated AC output and a regulated DC output. The EPGS includes a rotating portion and a stationary portion. The stationary portion includes a plurality of windings (permanent magnet generator (PMG) armature windings, an exciter ...


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Jeremy A Schaeffer, David W Chaudoir, Michael G Schneider: Thermal conditioning for air separation modules. Carleton Life Support Systems, Woods Oviatt Gilman, Katherine H McGuire Esq, July 28, 2015: US09089813

Thermal conditioning for an area surrounding one or more air separation canisters includes directing the exhaust gas of the thermal conditioning unit to the area surrounding the canisters. The area may be defined by a housing in which the canisters are positioned.


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Gregory I Rozman, David W Chaudoir, Jacek F Gieras: Architecture for dual source electric power generating system. Hamilton Sundstrand Corporation, June 9, 2011: US20110133703-A1

A dual source electric power generating system (EPGS) provides both a regulated AC output and a regulated DC output. The EPGS includes a rotating portion and a stationary portion. The stationary portion includes a plurality of windings (permanent magnet generator (PMG) armature windings, an exciter ...