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    involve electrical noise emanating from the product that might affect other instruments, and vice versa. Most system components will have some impact on the EMC performance of an instrument. Motors, power supplies, and microprocessor-based electronics are well-known EMI sources. Sensitive detector
  • Predicting and Preventing Transformer Outages in a Steel Mill
    already stocked in stores. Typically, electrical faults only generate heat once they’ve. reached an advanced stage. Relying solely on IR may result. Most electrical faults are the result of partial discharge. Partial. in a missed diagnosis, but not for Skip Young. While conduct-. discharge is defined
  • Utilizing Airborne/Structure Borne Ultrasound for Condition Monitoring / Predictive Maintenance Inspections (.pdf)
    than basic mechanical fault. up the inspection process and help. inspections. Since these instruments. inspectors determine effective follow-up. actions for mechanical, electrical and leak. detect friction, ionization and turbulence,. applications. their inspection capabilities range from. trending
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    and potential causes, electromechanical systems for detecting these conditions and overriding the instrument's processor can be devised. If these systems are developed to be orthogonal to the software (that is, the only point of common functionality is in the detection of the fault), then true redundancy
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    ) for such devices must identify alternative methods for detecting and, more importantly, predicting such wear-out. Otherwise, such failures will only be detected in use, possibly resulting in patient injury or medical error. Material Effects of Reprocessing. In addition to prior use, reprocessing itself may

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