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  • Strobe Light Applications for Machinery Problem Solving
    Strobe Light Application for Machinery problem solving.
  • Weinberger & Whitlock Executive Summary
    in the crosswalk at uncontrolled intersections. The citizen is a pilot and the idea. came to him when he thought that airport runway strobe lights used in landing his plane might be useful at. crosswalks. The experimental system consists of a series of flashing light units which are embedded in the. pavement
  • Sound, Infrared Detect Microbes in Grain
    A photoacoustic infrared sensor aids biochemist Richard Greene in screening corn for fungal contaminants. Corn may not ordinarily sing country ballads. But give kernels a mike, put them under a strobe light, and they'll sound off an earful into scientific instruments. scientists concerned about
  • Gas Detection for Acetylene Manufacturing Plants
    . The transmitter has a local display and incorporates nonintrusive calibration. Specification sheets for all equipment are attached. The system configured for the scales incorporate an infrared sensor and transmitter with a sample draw unit, power supply module, an inline filter and rotameter, and a strobe
  • Conveyor System Gives Retail Store a Lift
    delivers that camera, strobe light, or whatever right to a nearby sales desk for the customer to examine. That level of customer service almost came to a halt when the firm expanded its retail operations to the second floor. Company management had to build a new network that could move merchandise from

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  • https://digital.lib.washington.edu/researchworks/bitstream/handle/1773/4085/8801.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y
    STUDIES ON THE EFFECT OF BEHAVIOR ON FISH GUIDANCE EFFICIENCY AT ROCKY REACH DAM: AVOIDANCE TO STROBE LIGHT AND OTHER STIMULI .
  • http://etd.auburn.edu/bitstream/handle/10415/993/Baker_Jeffery_24.pdf?sequence=1
    THE EFFECTS OF STROBE LIGHT AND SOUND BEHAVIORAL DETERRENT .
  • Dworshak Kokanee Population and Entrainment Assessment 2005-2006 Annual Report.
    ABSTRACT...................................................................................................................................1 INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................................................2 OBJECTIVE..................................................................................................................................3 STUDY AREA...............................................................................................................................3 METHODS....................................................................................................................................5 Strobe Light Testing ..................................................................................................................5 Kokanee Population Estimate ...................................................................................................7 Entrainment ...............................................................................................................................9 Discharge ................................................................................................................................11 Spawner Counts......................................................................................................................11 RESULTS ...................................................................................................................................11 Strobe Light Testing ................................................................................................................11 Kokanee Population Estimate .................................................................................................15 Entrainment .............................................................................................................................18 Discharge ................................................................................................................................22 Spawner Counts �