LORENZO FEDELE

 
 
Lorenzo Fedele, Ph.D.
Ricercatore confermato di Impianti Industriali
Dipartimento di Ingegneria Meccanica e Aerospaziale
Facoltà di Ingegneria
Sapienza Università di Roma

Via Eudossiana n° 18, 00184 Roma

piano terra, stanza n° 2
Tel.: 06-44585251  (interno: 25-251)

Fax: 06-4881759


"Tele-maintenance "intelligent" system for technical plants result management, 2009, RESS - Elsevier"

"Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn
”.

"I'm very much impressed with how slowly science changes and how quickly we humans age. So it seemed fitting to at least leave behind what I think I've learned or in some cases discovered.  If these are even partially correct, then some of them have potentially significant implications".

"I think everyone has two birthdays. The day of his physical birth and the beginning of his consciuous life".

...the scientist makes use of a whole arsenal of concepts which he imbibed practically with his mother's milk; and seldom if ever is he aware of the eternally problematic character of his concepts.  He uses this conceptual material, or, speaking more exactly, these conceptual tools of thought, as something obviously, immutably given; something having an objective value of truth which is hardly even, and in any case not seriously, to be doubted.
...in the interests of science it is necessary over and over again to engage in the critique of these fundamental concepts, in order that we may not unconsciously be ruled by them”.


Docente di ruolo di
Sicurezza e Manutenzione degli Impianti Industriali (sede di Roma).


Docente di ruolo
di Impianti Industriali (sede di Latina).

Direttore del
corso di formazione in Gestione della Manutenzione GeMan (Specialista di Manutenzione, Supervisore di Manutenzione, Responsabile di Manutenzione).
(qui il sito Internet del corso GeMan).


Delegato per le funzioni del datore di lavoro ai sensi della normativa sulla Sicurezza del Dipartimento di Ingegneria Meccanica e Aerospaziale - DIMA.

Membro del Consiglio d'Area in Ingegneria Meccanica.

Membro ordinario della Associazione Italiana Docenti Impianti Industriali.

Membro del comitato editoriale della rivista American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Contact person for Safety and Maintenance in Infrastructures and Industrial Healthcare Complex Systems in the Memorandum of Understanding between Purdue University and University of Rome La Sapienza.

Docente presso la Scuola Superiore della Polizia di Stato nei corsi per Dirigenti (Commissari, Direttori tecnici, Questori).

Docente qualificato ENAC in "Human Factor" (Alitalia, Agusta, Technosky).


https://www.mdpi.com/journal/energies/special_issues/Modelling_Aerospace_Vehicle_Dynamics



http://www.ingmecc.uniroma1.it/Documenti/Eventi/pieghevole%20marzo%202017%20rev.02%20del%2030.11.2016.pdf    https://web.uniroma1.it/corsogeman/


Destino in agguato (1964, Fate is the hunter)

Video di YouTube


Fate is the hunter (1964). A bird strike on one of its two engines shortly after takeoff downs a Consolidated Airlines passenger jet. Soon after shutdown of the damaged engine, the fire alarm for the remaining engine sounds, and pilot shuts down the second engine. The plane crashes into a pier, killing all 53 passengers aboard and all but one of the crew. The pilot is initially suspected of drinking and causing the crash that leaves flight attendant the sole survivor of the flight.
She, when interviewed in the hospital, insists that she witnessed both engine fault warnings and alarm bells, not just the one from the bird strike. A test flight is organized as part of the investigation. Every detail is replicated in sequence. It is therefore noticed that the pilot's coffee cup on the console had spilled during the turbulence of the first engine shut-down in the console's access panel and the coffee had seeped through the seams, shorting out the wiring of the warning system. In reality both the original and test flights still had a fully functioning second engine that could have prevented the crash. The plot is therefore exonerated of pilot error by the chain of coincidences that caused the ensuing accident".


Cover art            Cover art
   
http://www.catalogo.mcgraw-hill.it/catLibro.asp?item_id=2428          http://www.catalogo.mcgraw-hill.it/catLibro.asp?item_id=1800

International Training Purdue-Sapienza


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Lorenzo Fedele,
28 nov 2016, 08:12
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