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Gebraeel's Research to Prevent Failures in Airplanes

Jul 7, 2009

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  • Nagi Gebraeel, Ph.D.

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Nagi Gebraeel, assistant professor in the Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, was recently interviewed by Ivanhoe Broadcast News for Discoveries & Breakthroughs Inside Science to discuss the applications in aviation of his latest research.

Gebraeel has developed a system called adaptive prognostics for electronics and manufacturing components. The system uses internal sensors to measure use and wear in real-time, giving engineers another tool to prevent mechanical problems and part failures in airplanes.

"This system will not only say how long a given product or component is going to last; it will also give them economic insight as to when is the best economical time to replace that component," Dr. Gebraeel explained.

For more information and to view a brief news reel, please visit:
http://www.ivanhoe.com/science/story/2009/07/595a.html

 

 

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