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  • Fiber Optic Strain Monitoring for Gas Pipelines
    Jewell Instruments has recently began monitoring a critical. gas pipeline in a notoriously active landslide zone. Using fiber-optics in conjunction with. traditional vibrating wire equipment, the monitoring regime runs over a 440 meter stretch of pipe, and provides detailed strain and temperature
  • Case Study - Harper's Advanced Carbon Fiber Pilot Line at ORNL
    Oak Ridge National Laboratory is home to the Department of Energy's Carbon Fiber Technology Facility (CFTF) which houses this 390-ft / 118-meter advanced process line, provided by Harper International. Harper was selected for the DOE contract due to its capability to successfully design
  • Continuous Fuel Identification for Pipelines with a ClearView TM Photometer
    Reliable, affordable, real-time identification of petroleum products flowing in pipelines to minimize waste and assist in transitions. Experimental: ClearView TM fiber optic filter photometer. Fiber optic flow probe with 1 cm optical path. Pair of 2 meter low-0H fiber optic cables. Near-infrared
  • Heavy-Duty Lift Reaches for the Stars
    Hydraulic lift helps millions to get a better look at the stars, planets, solar system and who knows what else one might get a peek at through the new 8.1-meter Gemini telescope. The International Gemini Partnership, consisting of the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Argentina and Brazil, has
  • Wired 9.08: Beam On
    arsenide, which produces a longer, 980-nanometer infrared beam. Used in an erbium-doped amplifier, a pump laser fires its beam down a 100-meter optical fiber that terminates in an impregnated segment. The beam excites the erbium atoms, which then add their energy to optical data signals passing
  • World record speed with drying machine
    line. Metso Paper's development work in the field has focused on a single pulp drying line that would capacity-wise match with a corresponding new greenfield mega-mill fiber line. It is widely recognized that the typical bottlenecks encountered while increasing pulp drying capacity lie in the former

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