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Is My Machine OK? : A Field Guide to Assessing Process Machinery

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Title: Is My Machine OK? : A Field Guide to Assessing Process Machinery
Author: Andrew Conkey, Robert X. Perez
ISBN: 0831134402 / 9780831134402
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 225
Publisher: Industrial Press
Year: 2012
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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This compact and unique reference provides those who deal with industrial machines a handy guide for assessing the potential risk of failure and offers a solid basis for reliable and safe machinery operation. Combining the most commonly used assessment tools into one source, it is meant to be taken into the field by operators, plant supervisors, maintenance personnel, and reliability professionals in order to make informed decisions about their equipment.

  • The only reference available that assembles a body of sound operating practices.
  • Includes guidelines for gauging machine maladies, such as vibration and pulsation.
  • Provides guidelines for key machine factors, such as lubrication condition, temperature limits, alignment, and balance standards.
  • Presents numerous relevant examples within each section aimed at helping readers understand the proper application of the various assessment methodologies.

Chapter 1 : Introduction
Chapter 2 : Machinery Assessment Steps
Chapter 3 : Data Collection Tips
Chapter 4 : Vibration Severity Guidelines
Chapter 5 : Basic Vibration Analysis Part I & Part II
Chapter 6 : Allowable Pulsation Levels
Chapter 7 : Dynamics
Chapter 8 : Machinery Rules of Thumb
Chapter 9 : Temperature Limits-Bearings
Chapter 10 : Compressors
Chapter 11 : Piping Vibration and Strain-Lubrication
Chapter 12 : AC Electric Motors

Appendix A : Useful conversions and equations
Appendix B : Glossary of Conditions Monitoring Terms

 
 
 
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