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(3) Right. The universal gas tester will detect CO, CO2, and other gases.
The monitoring gas sampler will measure dust particles.
Keep up the good
Well, we've come to the end of Lesson 37. This lesson has focused on
ways and reasons for testing and/or evaluating the system or subsystem. The
next two lessons will put you into the real world and will guide you in
making human factors decisions in 'on-the-job' situations. See you there,
in Lesson 38: Real-World Problem, Part I. Oh yes, TM 29-76, which you have
used before, will also be used in Lesson 38. Prior to starting that lesson,
it would be a good idea to review this document. Turn to Page 13.
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(1) CCU was at the brassboard phase of development, but the mission control
station was at breadboard phase of development (new terms concept
exploration ad demonstration and validation, respectively). Now think about
when change is easier to make and, therefore, most likely. Return to Page