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Maintenance Engineering Handbook

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Edition:
6th
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9780070288195

ISBN10:
0070288194
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
10/31/2001
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McGraw-Hill Professional
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Summary

MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING HANDBOOKSixth EditionThe latest science, technology, and management solutions for facility maintenance issuesThe one reference you can bank on for current answers to virtually any maintenance question, Lindley R. Higgins' and R. Keith Mobley's Maintenance Engineering Handbook provides the best of today's strategies and technologies from the world's leading experts.- One-stop source of answers on all maintenance engineering functions, from managing, planning, and budgeting to solving environmental problems- New coverage of the latest computer applications, maintenance technologies, and tools- Strategies, equipment, techniques, and tips for facilities from industrial plants to residential complexes, institutions, schools, hospitals, and office buildingsNEW IN THIS EDITION- Technology updates- Improvements in prevention and prediction- Equipment testing and monitoring tools- The latest computer programs- Advances in maintenance economics- Guidance on insurance administration- New maintenance techniques for centrifugal air compressors, centrifugal pumps, and other equipmentMaintenance Engineering's Most Current, Comprehensive, and Complete ReferenceA McGraw-Hill Classic55 SPECIALISTSBuildings and groundsComputer applicationsCorrosion and cleaningCosts and controlsElectrical equipmentEstimates and budgetsInstrumentation and monitoring toolsInventoryLubricationMeasuring, servicing, testingMechanical equipmentOrganization and managementParts and componentsPersonnel and policiesPractices and preventionSanitation and housekeepingSpecialized equipmentWelding

Author Biography

Lindley R. Higgins, P.E., was a renowned consulting engineer, editor, and the creator of the first edition of this Handbook. He is deceased.

R. Keith Mobley, P.E., is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Plant Performance Group at Integrated Systems, in Knoxville, Tennessee. He has written widely on maintenance engineering and is a leader in the design of maintenance strategies and technologies.

Table of Contents

SECTION 1: ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF THE MAINTENANCE FUNCTION

Chapter 1: Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Maintenance

Chapter 2: Operating Policies of Effective Maintenance

Chapter 3: Area and Centralized Maintenance Control

Chapter 4: Operating Practices to Reduce Maintenance Work

Chapter 5: Incentive Payment of Maintenance Workers

Chapter 6: Reports from Maintenance

Chapter 7: Maintenance Skills Training

SECTION 2: THE HORIZONS OF MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT

Chapter 1: Corrective Maintenance

Chapter 2: Components of Effective Preventive Maintenance

Chapter 3: Predictive Maintenance

Chapter 4: Maintenance Work Order Planning

Chapter 5: An Introduction to the Computer in Maintenance

Chapter 6: Computerized Planning and Scheduling

Chapter 7: Maintenance Stores and Inventory Control

Chapter 8: Maintenance Storerooms

Chapter 9: Internet for Maintenance and Engineering

SECTION 3: ESTABLISHING COSTS AND CONTROL

Chapter 1: Economics of Preventive Maintenance

Chapter 2: Work Measurement

Chapter 3: Rating and Evaluating Maintenance Workers

Chapter 4: Work Simplification in Maintenance

Chapter 5: Estimating Repair and Maintenance Costs

SECTION 4: MAINTENANCE OF PLANT FACILITIES

Chapter 1: Maintenance of Low-Sloped Membrane Roofs

Chapter 2: Concrete Industrial Floor Surfaces: Design, Installation, Repair, and Maintenance

Chapter 3: Painting and Protective Coatings

Chapter 4: Maintenance and Cleaning of Brick Masonry Structures

Chapter 5: Maintenance of Elevators and Special Lifts

Chapter 6: Air-Conditioning Equipment

Chapter 7: Ventilating Fans and Exhaust Systems

Chapter 8: Dust-Collecting and Air-Cleaning Equipment

Chapter 9: Piping

Chapter 10: Scaffolds and Ladders

SECTION 5: MAINTENANCE OF MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

Chapter 1: Plain Bearings

Chapter 2: Rolling-Element Bearings

Chapter 3: Flexible Couplings for Power Transmission

Chapter 4: Chains for Power Transmission

Chapter 5: Cranes: Overhead and Gantry

Chapter 6: Chain Hoists

Chapter 7: Belt Drives

Chapter 8: Mechanical Variable-Speed Drives

Chapter 9: Gear Drives and Speed Reducers

Chapter 10: Reciprocating Air Compressors

Chapter 11: Valves

Chapter 12: Pumps: Centrifugal and Positive Displacement

SECTION 6: MAINTENANCE OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

Chapter 1: Electric Motors

Chapter 2: Maintenance of Motor Control Components

Chapter 3: Maintenance of Industrial Batteries (Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium, Nickel-Iron)

Chapter 4: Illumination

SECTION 7: SANITATION AND HOUSEKEEPING

Chapter 1: Organizing the Sanitation-Housekeeping Personnel

Chapter 2: Maintaining Plant Sanitation and Housekeeping

Chapter 3: Industrial Housekeeping

Chapter 4: Cleaning Industrial Plant Offices

SECTION 8: INSTRUMENTS AND RELIABILITY TOOLS

Chapter 1: Mechanical Instruments for Measuring Process Variables

Chapter 2: Electrical Instruments for Measuring, Servicing, and Testing

Chapter 3: Vibration: Its Analysis and Correction

Chapter 4: An Introduction to Thermography

Chapter 5: Tribology

SECTION 9: LUBRICATION

Chapter 1: The Organization and Management of Lubrication

Chapter 2: Lubricating Devices and Systems

Chapter 3: Planning and Implementing a Good Lubrication Program

SECTION 10: MAINTENANCE WELDING

Chapter 1: Arc Welding in Maintenance

Chapter 2: Gas Welding in Maintenance

SECTION 11: CHEMICAL CORROSION CONTROL AND CLEANING

Chapter 1: Corrosion Control

Chapter 2: Industrial Chemical Cleaning Methods



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