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    is this good English

    Hi dear experts. Thank you very much for your detailed explanation. You were most helpful. Could you look at the abstract below? Does it sound OK in English?

    "In view of classified environment conditions applying to different industrial sectors employing induction technologies three correction coefficients have been introduced for the following industrial sectors: casing, pressure forging and engineering maintenance. These correction coefficients have been conformed to the specific environment conditions in the respective sectors. "

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    Re: is this good English

    I don't like "classified"... it sounds like a national security secret. Is that really what you mean?

    Also, "have been made to conform" would be better in the last sentence.

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    Re: is this good English

    Thank you very much, konungursvia!!! I hope I wouldn't sound too greedy if I ask about corrections to the following:

    "Scientifically grounded procedure/method for calculating the time needed for preventive maintenance routines for power supplies SMK UB 2F2 at pre-set operating mode has been applied. The results concerning the time needed for the preventive maintenance have been taken into consideration when performing the preventive maintenance procedures for the introduced power supplies.

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    Re: is this good English

    Quote Originally Posted by snade17 View Post
    Thank you very much, konungursvia!!! I hope I wouldn't sound too greedy if I ask about corrections to the following:

    "A quantitative method for calculating the time required for preventive maintenance routines on the SMK power supplies in pre-set operating mode has been applied. The results were applied to the preventive maintenance procedures for the power supplies.
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    Re: is this good English

    Thank you very much!!! Words fail me to express my gratitude!!!

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