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NASA-LLIS-0882 - LESSONS LEARNED – COMPUTER-AIDED LASER SHAFT ALIGNMENT OF ROTATING MACHINERY Organization: NASA
Date: 2000-04-24
Description: Practice: The use of laser methodology for the critical shaft alignment of rotating machinery.
AIA/NAS - NAS876 - ALIGNMENT LASERS FOR OPTICAL TOOLING - REV 1 Organization: AIA/NAS
Date: 2013-02-28
AIA/NAS - NAS884 - INTERFACE – OPTICAL TOOLING NON- ALIGNMENT LASER HEAD - REV 1 Organization: AIA/NAS
Date: 2012-10-31
SNZ - NZS 5821: PART 2 - LASER SAFETY PART 2: PLAIN LANGUAGE CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE SAFE USE OF LASERS IN SURVEYING, LEVELLING, AND ALIGNMENT Organization: SNZ
Date: 1981-01-01
LIA/LASER - ANSI Z136.9 - SAFE USE OF LASERS IN MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENTS Organization: LIA/LASER
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: Laser applications in the manufacturing environment include, but are not limited to, material processing, fabrication, laser alignment, leveling, inventory, metrology, and machine vision.
NASA-LLIS-0989 - LESSONS LEARNED – ETU LASER DIODE PUMP ARRAY FAILURE - INDIUM GASKET SHORT BETWEEN CONTACTS CAUSED ELECTRICAL FAILURE Organization: NASA
Date: 2001-10-02
Description: Basically, there were insufficient clearances around the holes in the indium gasket to allow proper alignment of the gasket to hole interface given that the indium will flow under pressure.
BRE IP3/84 - LOCAS - A CONTROL SYSTEM FOR SAWMILLS Organization: BRE
Date: 1984-01-01
Description: This paper describes LOCAS (Laser Optimiser and Cant Alignment System): a system which has been developed to control automatically the conversion of sawlogs, reducing waste and increasing the use of high value timber.
TIA-455-47 - FOTP-47 OUTPUT FAR-FIELD RADIATION PATTERN MEASUREMENT Organization: TIA
Date: 1992-08-01
Description: Hazards This method may employ laser sources and requires fiber alignment. Conform the design and operation of test equipment to the requirements of ANSI Z136.1 and/or Z136.2.
NASA-LLIS-2036 - LESSONS LEARNED – PROVIDE A DESIGN CAPABILITY ALLOWING KEY MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS AFTER SUBSYSTEM INTEGRATION Organization: NASA
Date: 2009-01-13
Description: Abstract: The Tunable Laser Spectrometer (TLS) are sensitive to optical standing wave contamination that can be ameliorated by making small adjustments in instrument alignment after system integration. However, the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) TLS optical components had been staked prior to Integration and Test (I&T) and could not safely be realigned.
DS/EN 60793-1-34 - OPTICAL FIBRES - PART 1-34: MEASUREMENT METHODS AND TEST PROCEDURES - FIBRE CURL Organization: DS
Date: 2006-07-05
Description: Fibre curl has been identified as animportant parameter for minimizing the splice loss of optical fibres when using passivealignment fusion splicers or active alignment mass fusion splicers.Two methods are recognized for the measurement of fibre curl, in uncoated optical fibres:- method A: side view microscopy;- method B: laser beam scattering.
IEC 60793-1-34 - OPTICAL FIBRES – PART 1-34: MEASUREMENT METHODS AND TEST PROCEDURES – FIBRE CURL - EDITION 2.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2006-03-01
Description: Fibre curl has been identified as an important parameter for minimizing the splice loss of optical fibres when using passive alignment fusion splicers or active alignment mass fusion splicers. Two methods are recognized for the measurement of fibre curl, in uncoated optical fibres: • method A: side view microscopy; • method B: laser beam scattering.
TIA-455-111 - FOTP-111 IEC-60793-1-34 OPTICAL FIBRES – PART 1-34: MEASUREMENT METHODS AND TEST PROCEDURES – FIBRE CURL Organization: TIA
Date: 2003-11-26
Description: Fibre curl has been identified as an important parameter for minimizing the splice loss of optical fibres when using passive alignment fusion splicers or active alignment mass fusion splicers. Two methods, presented in Annexes A and B respectively, are recognized for the measurement of fibre curl, in uncoated optical fibres: method A: side view microscopy; method B: laser beam scattering.
SAE/TP - 2009-01-3118 - FINAL ASSEMBLY LINE Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2009-11-10
Description: In order to increase both the efficiency as well as the quality and safety of the section join process, BRÖTJE-Automation has developed the Automated Positioning and Alignment System. This paper describes two Positioning and Alignment Systems – one for joining fuselages and one for wing attachment.
TIA-455-54 - FOTP- 54-B MODE SCRAMBLER REQUIREMENTS FOR OVERFILLED LAUNCHING CONDITIONS TO MULTIMODE FIBERS Organization: TIA
Date: 1998-08-01
Description: For many mode scrambler designs, however, the launching conditions produced depend on the source/mode scrambler alignment and the interaction with any intermediary optics such as connectors or optical imaging systems.
DS/EN 50104 - ELECTRICAL APPARATUS FOR THE DETECTION AND MEASUREMENT OF OXYGEN - PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS Organization: DS
Date: 2010-08-30
Description: However, in this case it will be necessary to modify the test conditions described in Clause 5 and to introduce supplementary tests to Clause 6 of this standard. Such supplementary tests will include alignment, beam block fault, long range operation. Guidance to appropriate modification of the test conditions and supplementary tests may be taken from EN 60079 29 4.
OUP - OPTICAL RHEOMETRY OF COMP - OPTICAL RHEOMETRY OF COMPLEX FLUIDS Organization: OUP
Date: 1995-06-29
Description: This involves not only the selection of the elements themselves, but also their alignment. Finally, a proper interpretation of the observables will depend on one's ability to connect the measurement to the sample's microstructure.
CENELEC - EN 50104 - ELECTRICAL APPARATUS FOR THE DETECTION AND MEASUREMENT OF OXYGEN - PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2010-06-01
Description: However, in this case it will be necessary to modify the test conditions described in Clause 5 and to introduce supplementary tests to Clause 6 of this standard. Such supplementary tests will include alignment, beam block fault, long range operation. Guidance to appropriate modification of the test conditions and supplementary tests may be taken from EN 60079-29-4.

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