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Paper to be presented at the P/PM Technology conference being held
in Indianapolis, Indiana, December 6, 1995
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The Use of the Motor as a Transducer
to Monitor Pump Conditions
D. A. Casada and S. L. Bunch MAY 17 1996
Lockheed Martin Energy Systems, Inc.
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
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