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Review Title Modular Coil Winding Dimensional Control Plan Peer Review
Date 13 May  2005
Cognizant Engineer Brent Stratton
Responsible Line Manager Brad Nelson
Review Board Chairperson Michael Zarnstorff
Review Board Members Mike Zarnstorff, Art Brooks, Jim Chrzanowski, Mike Cole, Paul Fogarty, Phil Heitzenroeder, Brad Nelson, Steve Raftopoulos, Wayne Reiersen, Dave Williamson, Simon Anderson
Invitees Mike Zarnstorff, Paul Fogarty, Mike, Cole, Wayne Reiersen, Brad Nelson, Steve Raftopoulos, Art Brooks, Jim Chrzanowski, Dave Williamson, Simon Anderson, Phil Heitzenroeder, Hutch Neilson, Ron Strykowsky, Bob Simmons, Greg Pitonak, Jeff Makiel, Simon Anderson
Attendees Art Brooks, Steve Raftopoulos, Brent Stratton, Wayne Reiersen, Dave Williamson, Mike  Zarnstorff, Greg Pitonak, Paul Heitzenroeder
Charge 1. Is the overall structure of the plan adequate to ensure good dimensional control of the coil windings?

2. Is a trial winding needed in order to achieve good dimensional control? If so, is a trail winding needed on the first production winding form, or on the first winding form of each type? Why?
Design Review Material



Chits and Disposition Plan

Review Board Report
Items Reviewed

Sat Unsat


Appropriate requirements identified    
Development plans and schedules  
Regulatory compliance including USQD and NEPA    
Disposition of CHITS from previous reviews    
Cost objectives    

Other review objectives addressed

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Summary of Results


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 1  Acceptable
 1  Acceptable pending resolution of concerns - CHITS identified above must be resolved prior to installation.
 1Incomplete - Additional design work is required prior to another design review.

Cog Engineer Close-out

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 1 Action required by Disposition is complete

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