Graczyk, Ramey, Fleming, Herbst, Mcgrath, Wentworth and EATON Inc | Date: 2010-02-10
Certain embodiments of the present invention provide a cooling duct assembly for electronic equipment installed in a cabinet. The cooling duct assembly comprises at least one main duct in fluid communication with a front portion of the cabinet. The at least one main duct receives cold air from the front portion of the cabinet and routes the cold air toward a back portion of the cabinet. Additionally, the cooling duct assembly comprises at least one side duct in fluid communication with the at least one main duct. The at least one side duct receives the cold air from the at least one main duct and routes the cold air to at least one side air intake opening on the electronic equipment.
Radzevich S.P.,EATON Inc |
Krehel R.,Technical University of Košice
International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology | Year: 2011
The present work is devoted to the geometric calculation of shape parameters of the working surfaces of disk-shaver teeth for use in finishing cylindrical gears with an evolvent profile. These are primarily gears for the transmissions of cars and light trucks, which must meet strict noise requirements. This imposes corresponding requirements on their machining precision. © 2011 Springer-Verlag London Limited.
EATON Inc and Easthills Exterminators Inc. | Date: 2015-11-17
Greenfield S.,EATON Inc
10th International Conference on Condition Monitoring and Machinery Failure Prevention Technologies 2013, CM 2013 and MFPT 2013 | Year: 2013
Over a period over 12 million flight hours in airline service, the electronic oil debris monitoring system of the GE90 engine has demonstrated its operational and cost effectiveness. Lessons have been learned from two in-flight shutdowns that progressed beyond the timely alerts generated by the hardware. These have led to software and maintenance-procedure changes which most GE90 operators have now implemented. As a result, the GE90 debris monitoring system has become a mature, proven system. The sophisticated condition monitoring and communications systems of the Boeing 777 aircraft and the GE90 engine can now take full advantage of its capabilities. The unprecedented reliability and reduced maintenance burden have guaranteed Eaton QDM systems placement on all subsequent gas turbines from GE90 through to the new Rolls Royce XWB engine for the Airbus A350 XWB to take her first flight next year.
Vernacchia J.,EATON Inc
WEEC 2015 - World Energy Engineering Congress | Year: 2015
Emerging innovations and robust services organizations are helping to advance solar projects - improving costs and system performance, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This paper will explore the project structure and engineering challenges of installing solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, using lessons learned from several commercial and government facilities. The long-term sustainability impact of these projects is based on the reductions in greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the amount of electricity each system offsets from the local utility.
Greenwood S.,EATON Inc
World Pumps | Year: 2015
Damage and noise caused by flow changes in centrifugal pumping systems can occur when starting or stopping a pump or opening or closing valves. Electronic starting and stopping of the pump motor is cost-effective and reduces surges or hammering problems. Here, Stuart Greenwood, product marketing manager for industrial control and automation at Eaton, explains why soft starters are becoming the control of choice for centrifugal pumping systems. © 2015 Elsevier Ltd.
Eaton J.W.,EATON Inc
Journal of Process Control | Year: 2012
GNU Octave 1 has been available for nearly two decades. During that time the scope of the project has grown from a simple interface to numerical tools intended for classroom use to a capable system with hundreds of thousands of users worldwide. This paper provides an overview of the Octave project, summarizes some recently completed additions, and describes in detail the ways in which Octave may be used to perform reproducible research. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd.
EATON Inc | Date: 2014-01-07
A cover assembly for bedding products, such as mattresses and/or box springs, that includes a sleeve shaped body and a selectively operable closure assembly disposed about an opening formed in the sleeve. The closure assembly includes first and second closure mechanisms that each, when closed, isolate a cavity defined by the sleeve from atmosphere. The first and second closure mechanisms overlie one another so that, when closed, only one of the closure mechanisms is exposed to atmosphere. The first and second closure mechanisms are preferably provided as zippers that can extend the entire longitudinal length of the sleeve opening and operate in generally opposite longitudinal directions.
EATON Inc | Date: 2015-01-12