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Schroeder, Ron (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 61, Number 6 (March 1957)

Static,   pp. 98-100 ff.



moment the compass recovers by 5f are both recorded on the film-
become positive evidence of proper performance.
Wanted:
     an inspector with a split-second eye
                   -photography got thejo6
                   A difference of 2/lOths of a second means the compass
                   passes or fails. So the maker pits it against a stop watch-
                       gets definite proof of performance with movies.
Uncle Sam said this aircraft compass must respond  small. It is improving
production, saving time, reduc-
by 5 degrees in not less than 1 second or more than  ing error, cutting costs.
1.2 seconds. That's only 2/lOths of a second leeway-
far too little for human hands and eyes to catch the                   ..
. .. . ..............
action accurately.                                             CAREERS WITH
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