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  • Critical Components Behind Switch-mode Power Supplies
    The job of passive components in the input circuit of a power supply is to protect the electronic device from overcurrent and overvoltage and ensure electromagnetic compatibility-especially important considerations in today's portable applications where long battery life is a necessity. The choice
  • Improve Plant Production by Addressing 24VDC Switch-Mode Power Supply Issues
    typically require at least 18 volts to operate. Switch-mode power supplies, on the other hand, are designed to quickly shut down when the total load current reaches 110% of nominal current. This is a feature manufacturers have designed into their products as a way to protect the power supply
  • Application Note: AAT3110/AAT3111 On/Off Enable Control
    a regulated voltage output for application loads up to 100mA. The device features very low quiescent current and high efficiency over a wide operating load range. Operating in a voltage-doubling mode, the AAT3110/AAT3111 uses pulse-skipping techniques to provide a regulated output from varying input
  • Taking safety to the mat
    Safety mats ensure that machines and critical processes are in a safe state well before operators arrive. A tapered ramp trim is used to secure the safety mat. The tapered surface of the two-part ramp trim prevents tripping and acts as a raceway to protect and route the wires. The layout of safety
  • Use of Residual Compression in Design to Improve Damage Tolerance in Ti-6Al-4V Aero Engine Blade Dovetails (.pdf)
    to mitigate the adverse effects of fretting-induced microcracks. Blades removed from fielded engines were LPB processed to protect the dovetail region of the blade and specially designed feature specimens were used to simulate the dovetail region of the blades. Both feature specimens and actual
  • Improved Damage Tolerance Of Ti-6Al-4V Aero Engine Blades And Vanes Using Residual Compression By Design (.pdf)
    by LPB treatment of a Ti-6Al-4V first stage fan blade and vane. FOD sensitive blades and vanes removed from fielded engines were LPB processed to protect the leading edge of the blade and the trailing edge of the vane. Both components were fatigue tested in cantilever bending mode at R>0 using

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