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Sherlock Ohms
Content posted in August 2011
The Case of the Low-Efficiency Beacon
Sherlock Ohms 
8/31/2011  6 comments
Engineers found a trend of low efficiency in standard tests with numerous returned beacons. Sherlock intervened to solve the problem.
The Case of the Missing Tee Piece
Sherlock Ohms 
8/29/2011  6 comments
Sometimes what you're seeking is right under your nose -- or maybe another body part.
Turbulent Flow Versus Laminar Flow for Cooling
Sherlock Ohms 
8/25/2011  13 comments
What's best for cooling electronic containers? CFM or LFM? Let's call Sherlock Ohms.
The Case of the Sunday Morning Squawking
Sherlock Ohms 
8/23/2011  10 comments
Every time the pastor used the church's new sound system, it squawked and crackled.
The Case of the Buried Electrical Box
Sherlock Ohms 
8/19/2011  16 comments
The drywall crew buried the electrical box, so Sherlock had to figure out how to find it without ripping up the drywall.
The Case of the Shortened Thermocouple
Sherlock Ohms 
8/16/2011  9 comments
The heat weld stopped working. The factory shut down. Time for Sherlock to investigate the cause.
The Case of the Missing Machines
Sherlock Ohms 
8/11/2011  7 comments
Sometimes the requirements of a large, tier-one customer are demanding, but this challenge was over the top.
The Case of the HIPOT Test Failures
Sherlock Ohms 
8/2/2011  12 comments
The power supply kept failing the HIPOT (high potential) test. The supplier said, "Not us." We called on our inner Sherlock Ohms.
The Case of the Weird-Performing Transmitters
Sherlock Ohms 
8/1/2011  6 comments
The transmitters kept acting weird – always in the early hours. Call in Sherlock Ohms.




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