University collaboration improves Mimic condition monitoring

Researches studied time-frequency patterns - such as the operation of a turbocharger here - in an attempt to better classify and predict faults

James Fisher Mimic (JFM) has completed a project to enhance its Mimic condition monitoring system in cooperation with Lancaster University in the UK.

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