Where do I go from here?

Bill Technician Rosetown, Saskatchewan Posted   Latest   Edited  

Check out the file attached to this post. I like experimenting in a hands on way whenever I dive into something. I am trying to become better at documenting, and save more things to printed and laminated sheets these days. I find more value in printed material than files and files for some reason. I find I put more thought in trying to make something that is of higher quality that way. I am looking for input on what path you would take to research and document this work. I made this as a summary of certain conditions. I think next I would like to dive into details of individual conditions, and in this case get into fluid dynamics later on as well.

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Allan Mechanic
Westlock, Alberta
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Use pen and paper and write it down?

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Bill Technician
Rosetown, Saskatchewan
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Hello Allan, There is supposed to be a file attached to this post. It may not show properly yet for some reason. It took a while to attach, and show on my end.

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Dick Technical Support Specialist
Québec, Quebec
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Scott Brown has extensive experience and expertise in this area if you are discussing documenting customer work, discovered conditions during repairs and improving communication. Also validating work performed. I would contact him for details. He has done training many times on this subject. If I have misread or missed the point of your post, I apologize.

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Bill Technician
Rosetown, Saskatchewan
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Thank you Dick, I was looking to discuss, with different perspectives, how I should improve reference material for my own use. There is supposed to be a file attached to this post, please check it out. I was also looking for suggestions on how to move forward to further explain trends in the initial summary of conditions.

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David Owner/Technician
Milton, Ontario
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Hi Bill: Downloaded the attachment. Am planning on reading it tomorrow am with my coffee before I start tearing into the KW waiting for me. Will reply with my comments on what I think you are trying to do tomorrow evening. Take Care. Be Safe Best Regards. Harley

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Bill Technician
Rosetown, Saskatchewan
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Thank you David, Appreciate it.

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David Owner/Technician
Milton, Ontario
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Good Evening Bill: I am a man of my word. I read the attachment and found it very informative and interesting. I have re read your original post. I am a bit confused as to what exactly you would like to accomplish. I understand and agree with the notion/theory to make notations when working on an issue with the test procedures,results. faults and final repair As well as cheat notes ... Eg…

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Dmitriy Analyst
Toronto, Ontario
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Hi Bill, I'm sure many people will be wondering why to even carry out such experiments with motors. However, a few that like to dig deeper will find value in them -- either for demonstrating certain physical principles or dispelling some myths -- and I will mention an interest of my own in a second. Mike Becker from Wells/NGK/Go Tech recently did similar experiments with a blower motor, those…

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Bill Technician
Rosetown, Saskatchewan
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Thank you Dmitriy, I did see Mike Becker's video. He did an excellent job. I did a similar study with blower motors in 2018 as well that I found interesting. I did not like the way I presented it though, or the way I filed it for myself. I guess I am trying to figure out how I can condense my studies into a very usable reference for myself and the way that I learn, as well as for anyone I may…

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