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  • Copper Shines in Motor Rotors
    Use of rotors cast from copper brings efficiencies that let small motors handle big jobs. * Induction motors employing copper rotors can be smaller than equivalent versions with aluminum rotors. * Copper rotors exhibit lower losses than aluminum which lets them run cooler and be more efficient
  • Grinding Turbine Rotors Has Advantages
    abrasive and bonding technologies, the systems approach produced remarkable results when applied to grinding turbine rotor root-form slots.
  • Rotor Testing with MCE (.pdf)
    How often have you been in a situation where you have to determine whether a rotor problem exists and the only indication you have is rotor bar pass frequency and a gut feeling. Squirrel cage induction rotors can be one of the toughest things to analyze. Few methods exist that instill
  • Wind Tunnel Rotor Blade Testing
    Wind Tunnel Rotor Blade Testing - using DaqBook.
  • Rotor Balancing Services - When and Why (.pdf)
    Machinery vibration is the single largest contributor to machinery breakdown. Understanding the basic considerations and criteria for machine rotor balancing are important in how the residual unbalance in a rotor will result in vibration during the machines operation. Knowing the proper balance
    Critical surface inspection. under high magnification is. needed to assess the quality of. edge preparation of individual rotor. straps. These straps are later. stacked to make "strap packs",. whose function is to hold helicopter. rotor blades to their rotor heads. The carefully polished
  • Rotor Stator Mixer Design Shifts Into High Gear
    A new mixer design has recently pushed high-energy, high-shear rotor/stator mixing into new territory. With an innovative rotor/stator generator developed in the Ross Test Development Center, the new mixer is capable of ultra-high shear mixing, dispersion, emulsification, homogenization
  • Brake Rotor Testing Using Capacitance Sensors
    , and the safety of others. Most don't realize the extensive design and testing that goes into braking systems to insure we stop in time. Take the brake rotor for example (see figure 1). Under normal operating conditions it is subjected to extreme temperatures and forces, which causes rotor distortion

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