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Sensing current to predict and manage thermal events

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RituGupta
RituGupta
2/26/2019 8:00:55 PM
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And then..?
I think that what's really going to matter here is how the system is going to respond to increasing temperatures. Finding out that temperatures are climbing , but still useless if you can't actually carry out any actions to regulate the whole system again after you've found out.

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michaelmaloney
michaelmaloney
10/21/2018 11:52:11 PM
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hi
It will not be a fair experiment if the only common factor is the exact one that fluctuates. They would have to figure out an alternative setup that will enable the system to still work without having to rely on the sole factor of thermal alone. It isn't fair to rely on a formula that is not stable, thus producing results that lack credibility and truth.

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