Jim Warner

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It Failed, But Why? What You Can Do with More Data

A common failure scenario while burst testing a tube assembly is that there is a failure at or near the tube to fitting junction. What was the...

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Success Story: Hydraulic Test and Simulation of Field-Installed Systems

Recently, a large industrial firm presented several hydraulic test system manufacturers with a challenge: develop a system to simulate a field...

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MRO Test Stand Automation in Today’s Business Environment

It seems that several external influences are changing the way we think about Automated MRO Testing in today’s business models.  The wave of...

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Proof and Burst Pressure Test Stands

A few of our engineers feel that the most satisfying test stand that Genuen builds is a Proof and Burst Pressure Test Stand. After all, who...

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Expanding Pressure Pulsation Testing to Include Controllable Water Hammer Effects

Perhaps the best place to start this conversation is to revisit the difference between an Impulse Test System and a Pressure Pulsation Test...

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Defining and Selection of Bubble-Point Test Stands

The purpose this post to highlight some of the insights into the selection and capabilities of Bubble-Point Test Systems and is not intended to go...

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Impulse Testing Vs. Pressure Pulsation Testing

Each month we receive multiple requests for “pressure cycling test stands”. The first question we ask of our customers is: “Are you looking for an

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Coping with Specialty Fluids for Hydraulic Testing #2: Automatic Transmission Fluids

This is the second in a series of articles outlining the system requirements and considerations when using specialty fluids for product test...

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Coping with Specialty Fluids for Hydraulic Testing #1: Phosphate Ester

This is the first in a series of articles outlining the system requirements and considerations when using specialty fluids for product test stands.

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