TEMFTactical Equipment Maintenance Facility (US Army)
TEMFTherapeutic Electromagnetic Field
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Figure 4 shows slight differences in TEMF values during the first and second heat treatments (a and b, resp.) to 150[degrees]C.
The TEMF values obtained during the third heating of the sample to 360[degrees]C are higher than those during the second and first heat treatments (Figure 4).
The temperature dependence of both TEMF and electrical resistivity suggests that intense structural relaxation takes place in the temperature range of 150[degrees]C-360[degrees]C.
While it is only one of many of the TEMF features that incorporate current innovations and can be adapted to meet future requirements, the increased throughput capacity by itself mitigates the effects of budget cuts on efforts to modernize aging TEMF legacy facilities.
Based on improvements in maintenance operations, development of the TEMF is progressing toward two goals: to support Army transformation and to provide flexibility to incorporate new policies and advanced technology to assist the warfighter.
In addition to performing the primary functions of inspecting, maintaining, servicing, or repairing equipment, the TEMF also supports secondary functions of preparing and staging equipment for deployment, conducting mission planning and rehearsals, and enabling embedded and distributed training.
This ventilation rate consists of 100% outdoor air with no recirculation air, and reflects the current operation of the TEMF maintenance areas during occupied hours.
Typically, for large volumetric spaces such as a TEMF, heat recovery devices should be considered for dedicated outdoor air systems in colder climate zones.
This assumption was based on communications with TEMF operation engineers about typical TEMF operation and space use.
The common TEMF building is of masonry construction with a number of overhead doors on opposite sides of the building.
The energy systems required in a TEMF provide power for tools, lighting, heating, and ventilation.
A TEMF includes normal maintenance operations where lubricating oils are changed, damaged body parts are replaced, brakes are changed and adjusted, engines are tuned, and transmissions are adjusted.