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Pushing the Frontier of Risk Assessment and CAPA

Posted by Mary McAtee on Sep 03, 2015 @ 02:00 PM

Technology is evolving more rapidly than at any point in history. We tend to think of seminal moments in history, such as the invention of the steam engine and powered flight, as literal moments in time. The reality is that the invention of the steam engine by Fulton was only possible because of a long sequence of successive inventions he was able to capitalize on to change the world. If the ability to cast and temper Iron had not been improved on over the ages, Fulton could not have repurposed the concept used to pump water and compress air into the piston, cylinder and crankshaft. Fulton’s brilliance was harnessing known physical laws to use steam to develop and transfer energy into work.

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Topics: CAPA, FMEA

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