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A procedure of repairing components or equipment as necessary either by on-site repair or by replacing individual elements in order to keep the system in proper operating condition.



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AUTOMATIC CHECK-OUT SYSTEM

A system utilizing test equipment capable of automatically and simultaneously providing actions and information which will ultimately result in the efficient operation of tested equipment while keeping time to a minimum.

OVERHAUL

  1. Major repair or maintenance job which includes disassembling and assembling of equipment unit or it's part.
  2. Hauling the buntline ropes over the sails to prevent them from chafing.

COMPENSATION

Introduction of additional equipment into a control system in order to reshape its root locus so as to improve system performance. Also known as stabilization.

AUTOMATIC COUPLING

  1. A device automated guided vehicle system 2. A computer-controlled system that uses pallets and other interface equipment to transport workpieces to numerically controlled machine tools and other equipment in a flexible manufacturing system, moving in a predetermined pattern to ensure automatic, accurate, and rapid work-machine contact.

MINOR LOOP

A portion of a feedback control system that consists of a continuous network containing both forward elements and feedback elements.

ELECTRIC POWER SUBSTATION

An assembly of equipment in an electric power system through which electric energy is passed for transmission, transformation, distribution, or switching. Also known as substation.

DEVICE

  1. An electronic element that cannot be divided without destroying its stated function; commonly applied to active elements such as transistors and transducers. 2. A mechanism, tool, or other piece of equipment designed for specific uses.

BOILER HYDROSTATIC TEST

A procedure that employs water under pressure, in a new boiler before use or in old equipment after major alterations and repairs, to test the boiler's ability to withstand about 11/2 times the design pressure.

SAFETY CONTROL

Device to stop unit, equipment or system if unsafe pressure and/or temperatures and/or dangerous conditions are reached.

FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

An approximation method for studying continuous physical systems, used in structural mechanics, electrical field theory, and fluid mechanics; the system is broken into discrete elements interconnected tact bed used for filtering purposes. filter cake See mud cake.

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