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A Millwright's Guide to Motor Pump Alignment, 2nd Edition

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Title: A Millwright's Guide to Motor Pump Alignment, 2nd Edition
Author: Tom Harlon
ISBN: 0831133155 / 9780831133153
Format: Soft Cover
Pages: 250
Publisher: Industrial Press
Year: 2008
Availability: 45-60 days
     
 
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A former engineer stated that the author’s first edition contained more alignment information than the sum total of all other works in the Library of Congress. This second edition is the result of over 38 years of hard work and many thousands of hours of writing, testing, retesting, and testing again the alignment related formulas the author has developed on his own. It will make users work much easier and will assist them in making many dollars. It is sure to be valuable to novices and professionals alike!
 

Preface

Chapter 1 : The Totally Dedicated Mechanic
Chapter 2 : "T" Hammer (a short story)
Chapter 3 : On the Subject of Tools
Chapter 4 : Some Personal Thoughts on Shaft Alignment
Chapter 5 : Horizontal vs. Vertical
Chapter 6 : Rules
Chapter 7 : What to do First
Chapter 8 : A Little More on the Subject of Tools
Chapter 9 : Handy Practices - Tricks
Chapter 10 : Runout Check
Chapter 11 : Regarding Repeated Redundancy
Chapter 12 : The Sequential Torquing of the Pump Core to Volute
Chapter 13 : Soft Legs or Soft Feet
Chapter 14 : Perpendicular vs. Otherwise
Chapter 15 : Monitoring via Mag-Base Indicators
Chapter 16 : Indexing a Bridgeport Milling Machine Head
Chapter 17 : Field Coil to Armature Alignment
Chapter 18 : The Lateral Aspect (of Field Coil to Armature Alignment)
Chapter 19 : Armature to Field Coil Alignment
Chapter 20 : Side-to-Side Movement, Using Jackbits
Chapter 21 : The Raw Basics of Rim and Face Alignment
Chapter 22 : Tapered Inner-Bore Bearings
Chapter 23 : Prelude to Rim and Face Alignment
Chapter 24 : About the Rest of This (Rim and Face) Chapter
Chapter 25 : A Multiple Line-up Problem
Chapter 26 : True Story? (Probably)
Chapter 27 : Outright Wasted
Chapter 28 : Time for a "Coffee Break"
Chapter 29 : For My Sons
Chapter 30 : Counterproductive Element Identified
Chapter 31 : Couplings
Chapter 32 : Small Diameter Couplings
Chapter 33 : Squirrel Cage Fan Solutions
Chapter 34 : Daddy, What is? Daddy, What if
Chapter 35 : Perfection
Chapter 36 : Chapter Subjects and Titles
Chapter 37 : Dueling Brothers
Chapter 38 : Unknowns
Chapter 39 : Personal to the Reader
Chapter 40 : Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?
Chapter 41 : Who Are You to do the What?
Chapter 42 : A Brief Introduction to the Wagon Wheel Theory
Chapter 43 : The Wagon Wheel Method
Chapter 44 : Long Spools (Sometimes Called Jackshafts)
Chapter 45 : Short Story on Reverse Dial
Chapter 46 : Reverse Dial
Chapter 47 : TIME
Chapter 48 : Single Side Reverse Dial
Chapter 49 : Vertical Mounted Motor/Shaft Alignment Where Random Bolt Patterns Exist
Chapter 50 : Auxiliary Attachments
Chapter 51 : Vertical Mounted Drivers
Chapter 52 : Trammeling Vertical Columns
Chapter 53 : Gearboxes with Dual/Triple/More Power Shafts
Chapter 54 : Gearboxes with Vertical Power Shafts

Index

 
 
 
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