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  • Getting Down To Earth. A Practicle Guide To Earth Resistance Testing
    Nothing is quite so common or abundantly available throughout the world. as the earth's soil. We are more apt to think of earth as something to be. tilled for planting or to be excavated for a building foundation. Yet, it also. has an electrical property -- conductivity (or low resistance
  • Getting Down to Earth
    Nothing is quite so common or abundantly available throughout the world as the earth's soil. We are more apt to think of earth as something to be tilled for planting or to be excavated for a building foundation. Yet, it also has an electrical property -- conductivity (or low resistance
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    High-tech looks to profit from patents A new crop of players, strategic advisers in tow, are elbowing their way to the negotiating table for the next round of intellectual-property deals. Clinton calls for more technology spending President Clinton's marathon State of the Union address Thursday
  • MICRO: Industry News: Lead Story (May 2000)
    IBM ended months of a-wink-and-a-nod speculation with the April 3 announcement that it will use Dow Chemical's SiLK spin-on resin as an insulator for its dual-damascene copper processes. IBM and Dow say the chipmaker will integrate several levels of copper using SiLK resin. The decision means
  • Megger- A Guide to Low Resistance Testing
    : Resistance (R) = Voltage (E) / Current (I) At that time, the standards for Voltage, Current and Resistance had not been developed. Ohm's Law expressed the fact that the magnitude of the current flowing in a circuit depended directly on the electrical forces or pressure and inversely on a property
  • Berke on Safety: How to Mistreat a Hair Dryer
    , Apr. 24) as we walked through the preliminary-hazard analysis (PHA) for the common hair drier. The next step is evaluation of the brainstormed ideas. The team will decide how probable each event is, how serious the injury or property damage could be, and how each hazard should be addressed. They may
  • Managing Heat Transfer With Potting Compounds
    heat build-up in an electronic assembly. Epoxies, urethanes and silicones are used to bond heat sinks, encapsulate power supplies and individual components and protect motors from overheating. Thermal conductivity (k) is the property of a material that indicates its ability to conduct heat. Air
  • Three Ways the Pest Professional Can Use Infrared Thermography
    Termites do more damage in the United States each year than fires and storms combined. They are a threat to property owners across 70 percent of the world and in every part of the United States with the exception of Alaska. The types of termites that we have in North America include: Drywood

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