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AN ELECTRIC GENERATOR
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
An electric generator is described which was made in the form of a synchronous machine. The combustion chamber is located in the air gap of the magnetic system with its operating coil, and with a magneto which is activated by the interaction of its magnetic field with currents excited in the ionized stream of gas in the combustion chamber. The generator differs from those presently in use in that it is a disc type with the active zone at the ends of the stator AND THE MAGNETO, WHILE THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER IS IN THE SHAPE OF A HOLLOW RING DIVIDED INTO CURVILINEAR SECTIONS BY SPIRAL BAFFLE PLATES. Author