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Integrated Electrical Power Supply System for Propulsion and Service Control

William J. Levedahl
9 pp.

Engine driven turbines respectively drive separate propulsion and service alternators to supply power to propulsion motors and service equipment on naval combat ships through propulsion and service controls. Rechargeable batteries are connected through the service controls to the service alternators and to service loads through dc bus lines. The propulsion controls interconnect:t the propulsion motors
with the propulsion alternators to which the electrically operated weapons are also collected through rectifiers and a pulse forming network.

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