WEST LAFAYETTE, IN -- Douglas E. Adams, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering, heads a team that has created a structural radar system that can detect when mechanical parts in structures and vehicles are about to fail. Adams says his system could save lives and billions of dollars in maintenance costs. "We want to move everything from time-based maintenance to what's called condition-based maintenance," says the Purdue University researcher. With research assistant Rebecca L. ...

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