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What is the Requirements of BS-4999 for Vibration Monitoring?

12/08/2016 by Qasem
Hi all, We have to install crude oil Booster pumps, 6.6KV 110KW The requirement for vibration monitoring shall comply with BS-4999 Have anybody inform...
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Last comment 12/08/2016 by lyn
 

Dicom Systems

12/05/2016 by Tanaka
Im having problems with connecting my CR Kodak 850 to printer Drystar 4500.
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Last comment 12/05/2016 by lyn
 

Motorized Control Valve Suppliers

11/23/2016 by Mountaineer
Who are the good suppliers of 4-20 mA controlled control valves for water with flow rate range of 5 lph to 500 lph
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Last comment 11/23/2016 by lyn
 

Thermometer

11/23/2016 by surabhithpk
hi all, can i calibrate thermometer of range of -40-50 degree by dry block or bath? or how can it calibrate? can u please help me?
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Electronic Test Equipment Blog

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Smart Testing of Aircraft Armaments

11/30/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Like other electronic systems, aircraft armaments have undergone an enormous transformation over the past few years. Testing them has become more comp...
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Do Unlicensed Spectrum Communications Interfere with Wi-Fi?

10/05/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Not all wireless communications live within the highly regulated licensed portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Devices like garage door openers,...
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Quality Control

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Detecting Exposure to Nuclear Materials

12/10/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
The goal of the research was to determine if hair, fingernail clippings, and toenail clippings could be used to detect any radiation exposure in the p...
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Last comment 12/10/2016 by Andrew Westman

Bugs in Hardware and Software — They're in There

11/28/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
However much engineers might like the situation to change, finding the last defect in computer technology remains an illusion. This commentary stresse...
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Last comment 11/28/2016 by Rixter
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Sensors & Switches

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Intel Builds Virtual Reality Platform Around 3D Sensing Technology

11/07/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Microprocessor giant Intel has introduced an internally-developed virtual reality (VR) solution named Project Alloy. The Alloy VR platform goes beyond...
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Lightweight Sensor Badge Detects Toxic Gases

09/27/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Researchers have developed a prototype wearable chemical sensor capable of detecting trace amounts of toxic gases. According to this article outlining...
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Last comment 09/27/2016 by SolarEagle
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Scientific Instruments

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Explosion Dynamics are Studied on a Tabletop

10/27/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Researchers used to study explosions from the confines of large laboratories, where scientists fire a flat bullet into an explosive charge, all within...
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Webb Telescope Passes Cryo Tests, Now "Optically Complete"

08/18/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has passed yet another barrage of tests, bringing it closer to its scheduled launch in October 2018. The latest roun...
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Test & Measurement

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Counterfeiters Can Produce Undetectable Fake U.S. Money

08/31/2016 by HUSH
Cash is an interesting byproduct of contemporary economies. The assorted rectangles of ink and paper have wildly different values despite themselves b...
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Edison's Light Bulb Lives On

04/11/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
To reduce energy consumption, and despite the chagrin of many consumers, countries around the world have severely limited or outright banned the manu...
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Last comment 09/06/2016 by IanR
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