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Meet the Team

Scott Clark

Scott Clark


Scott is a graduate of Texas Tech University, holds two Bachelor's degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science with a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering

R&D Team Lead - Andrew Mullins

Andrew Mullins

R&D Team Lead

Andrew is a 15 year veteran of the software industry with a focus on business application development and industrial automation software

Software Developer - James Little

James Little

Software Developer

James is a Lubbock native, holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from the Whitacre College of Engineering at Texas Tech University

Mechanical Engineer - Daniel Stevens

Daniel Stevens

Mechanical Engineer

Daniel earned his bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Mathematics from the Whitacre College of Engineering at Texas Tech University

Whether you are looking for a testing solution for small machines or custom solutions for the industry’s largest challenges, Engineered Test Labs is focused on understanding your challenges and working with you to develop the best solution. We specialize in designing testing solutions that incorporate best in class safety practices, minimizing operator exposure to electrical shock, arc-flash, and mechanical hazards. Industrialized testing solutions that focus on a tailored experience, with integrated reporting, modern design techniques , and a safety first focus are the best way to allow you to focus on your highest priority, the customer.


Induction Motor Rotor Bar Damage Evaluation with Magnetic Field Analysis

Abstract – Detection of defects in induction machine rotor bars for disassembled motors are required to evaluate machines considered for repair as well as fulfilling incremental quality assurance checks in the manufacture of new machines. Detection of rotor bar defects prior to motor assembly are critical in increasing repair efficiency and assuring the quality of newly manufactured machines. Many methods of detecting rotor bar defects in unassembled motors lack the sensitivity to find both major and minor defects in both cast and fabricated rotors along with additional deficiencies in quantifiable test results and arc-flash safety hazards. A process of direct magnetic field analysis can examine measurements from induced currents in a rotor separated from its stator yielding a high-resolution fingerprint of a rotor’s magnetic field. This process identifies both major and minor rotor bar defects in a repeatable and quantifiable manner appropriate for numerical evaluation without arc-flash safety hazards.

Advanced Rotor Bar Testing with Surface Magnetic Field Measurements

Abstract –  A new process of measuring the magnetic field at the surface of a rotor provides an improved method of detecting rotor bar damage for a disassembled motor. Many current methods of rotor testing lack the sensitivity to detect rotor bar defects beyond major issues such as a broken rotor bar. Measuring the magnetic field of a rotor when excited from an external source allows for the detection of a wide variety of rotor defects such as brazed connection degradation, cracked rotor bars, broken rotor bars, and casting defects. This new method of rotor testing provides advantages over many current testing techniques in testing sensitivity, recording, reporting, illustration of machine condition to the end user, and testing safety.