MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR AUXILIARY POWER SYSTEMS FOR COMMUNITY SHELTERS
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST COLUMBUS OH
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The results of this study show that the minimum requirements for installation, operation, and maintenance of shelter auxiliary power systems can generally be met with commericially available equipment now in common industrial use. To facilitate the use of the information in this report, the presentation of results is divided into ten sections. The material in these sections is summarized here in the same sequence, namely Prime movers, Starting systems, Cooling, Fuel storage, Waste heat recovery, Power transmission systems, Mountings and drives, Noise and vibration, Stand-by maintenance, and Demonstration unit.
- Electric Power Production and Distribution
- Civil Defense