Accession Number : AD0726120
Title : Design Study and Development of Improved Heating Techniques for Inflight Meals.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. 18 Apr 56-1 Jun 57,
Corporate Author : GENERAL MILLS INC MINNEAPOLIS MINN
Personal Author(s) : Stuetzer,O. M. ; Demorest,H. L.
Report Date : DEC 1959
Pagination or Media Count : 145
Abstract : Heating methods investigated for warming inflight foods included electromagnetic, ultrasonic, Hilch Tube, radiant and electrical resistance techniques. An improved application of electrical resistance heating, incorporating improved metal to metal conduction and radiant heating (for cans) was determined to be the best type of ration heating because of the possibility of greater compactness and electrical voltage versatility in oven design. (Author)
Descriptors : (*COOKING DEVICES, AIRBORNE), (*AIRCRAFT EQUIPMENT, COOKING DEVICES), FOOD, HEATING, ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION, ULTRASONIC RADIATION, HILSCH TUBES, ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE, CONDUCTION(HEAT TRANSFER)
Subject Categories : Aircraft
Food, Food Service and Nutrition
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE