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Acoustic emission instruments and noise detectors are used to detect changes and monitor conditions in mechanical, electrical, and process systems. Ultrasonic noise detectors can pick up changes in bearings, gearboxes, or other rotating machinery due to wear or load changes. Noise detectors...

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...equilibrium would be difficult to achieve in a rocket motor exhaust plume. Exhaust plumes radiate. energy to their surroundings. They blast off material into and entrap molecules from their environment. Some of. their energy is dissipated in the acoustic region. Also, there is only a short time...

Operational Excellence & Lean Six Sigma for gas phase process development and vacuum drying; Process HPLC, FT-IR, NIR and FIA for liquid-phase applications, including reaction monitoring, API measurement and separations; NIR, Raman, Acoustic Emission and EDXRF for solid-phase and dosage forms...

...at about 8 m from the source. As illustrated in Figure 3, even small leaks can. generate sufficient ultrasonic noise to afford detection in most industrial environments. While. audible acoustic noise typically ranges between 60 and 110 dB in industrial sites, the ultrasonic. noise levels (frequency range...

Accurate and stable readings are generated from rated pressure down to vacuum pressures. Standard BX models measure pressures from 15 to 100 psi and can withstand temperatures ranging from 40 to 100 C. Data Instruments, Acton, MA, USA. Noise control materials Acoustic foam components used...

...chemical shift imaging, or spectroscopy.) Acoustic Noise Measurement Procedure for Diagnostic Magnetic Resonance Imaging Devices (MS 4 1989) One of a series of test standards developed by the medical diagnostic industry for the measurement of parameters governing the safety of magnetic resonance...

...to 0.7 bar. The pumps offer minimal noise emissions and virtually maintenance-free operation. For additional noise attenuation, models can be supplied with an acoustic enclosure. Gast Manufacturing Company Ltd., High Wycombe, Bucks, UK. Feeling Neglected? If you manufacture a product or provide...

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