9780130494177

Mechanical Principles and Systems for Industrial Maintenance

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  • ISBN13:

    9780130494177

  • ISBN10:

    0130494178

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2005-05-05
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

Intended for technicians who install, troubleshoot, and service mechanical and electrical equipment and systems, this new book/reference covers operating principles and system applications. This book will clearly review the identification, application, and maintenance of individual components and how they work together in a system. Focusing on troubleshooting, this book is designed to be a practical guide with a "systems approach." Readers will understand specific equipment types and the entire system in which the equipment functions.Predictive and preventative maintenance; lockout/tagout procedures; comprehensive coverage of lubricants and lubricating procedures; and the high-tech world of linear motion systems.Technicians who work in manufacturing, transportation, construction, healthcare, and communications can all benefit from using this as a reference.

Table of Contents

Maintenance Practices and Principles
1(20)
Objectives
1(1)
Introduction
1(2)
Organization
3(2)
Training and Education
5(1)
Preventative Maintenance
6(2)
Documentation and Surveys
8(3)
Predictive Maintenance
11(1)
Vibration Analysis
12(5)
Oil Analysis
17(1)
Thermography
18(2)
Questions
20(1)
Safety
21(14)
Objectives
21(1)
Accident Defined
21(1)
Causes of Accidents
21(1)
Accident Prevention
22(1)
Safe Use of Lab Equipment and Hand Tools
22(1)
Overview of Lockout/Tagout
23(3)
Lockout Requirements
26(1)
Tagout
26(1)
Training
27(4)
Sample Lockout Procedure
31(3)
Questions
34(1)
Mechanical Power Transmission Fundamentals
35(22)
Objectives
35(1)
Introduction
35(1)
Energy
36(1)
Force
36(1)
Inertia
37(1)
Friction
37(2)
Acceleration and Deceleration
39(1)
Angular Speed, Rotational Distance, and Velocity
39(1)
Radius of Gyration and Rotational Inertia (WR2)
40(1)
Work
40(1)
Mechanical Advantage
41(1)
Basic Machines
41(3)
Torque
44(1)
Power
45(1)
Horsepower
46(1)
Efficiency
46(1)
Load Classifications
47(2)
Service Factor
49(1)
Run-Out
50(1)
Overhung Load
51(4)
Questions
55(2)
Lubrication
57(23)
Objectives
57(1)
Introduction
57(1)
Lubrication Principles
58(1)
Lubrication Terminology
58(4)
Lubricant Additives
62(2)
Lubricant Film
64(1)
Lubricant Film Conditions
64(2)
Industrial Lubricating Oils
66(1)
Industrial Lubricating Greases
67(1)
Grease Terminology
67(2)
Common Grease Types
69(1)
Dry Film Lubricants
70(1)
Lubricant Compatibility
71(1)
Lubricant Delivery Systems
72(6)
Lubrication Handling and Safety
78(1)
Questions
79(1)
Rigging
80(25)
Objectives
80(1)
Introduction
80(1)
Slings
80(5)
Basic Principles in the Use of Slings
85(3)
Fundamental Hitches
88(2)
Calculating the Weight of the Load
90(3)
Calculating the Load on Each Leg of a Sling
93(1)
Packing the Load
94(1)
Balancing the Load
94(2)
Lifting the Load
96(1)
Guidelines for the Rigger
97(7)
Questions
104(1)
Fasteners
105(28)
Objectives
105(1)
Introduction
105(1)
Screw Threads and Fasteners
106(1)
Thread Terminology
106(1)
Thread Forms
107(2)
Thread Lengths
109(1)
Classes of Thread Fits
109(1)
Metric Threads
110(1)
Taper Pipe Threads
111(2)
Fastener Identification
113(3)
Bolt Grades and Torque Factors
116(3)
Screw Grades
119(1)
Nuts
119(2)
Washers
121(1)
Non-Threaded Fastening Devices
122(3)
Cutting Threads
125(3)
Fastener Removal and Repair
128(3)
Questions
131(2)
Shafting and Shaft Bushing Components
133(16)
Objectives
133(1)
Introduction
133(1)
Shaft Design, Materials, and Selection
134(7)
Shaft Locking Devices/Bushings
141(7)
Questions
148(1)
Seals and Sealing Devices
149(17)
Objectives
149(1)
Introduction
149(1)
Radial Lip Seals
150(5)
Mechanical and Rotary Seals
155(4)
Packing and Stuffing Boxes
159(3)
O-Rings
162(3)
Questions
165(1)
Bearings
166(71)
Objectives
166(1)
Introduction
166(2)
Plain Bearings
168(10)
Antifriction/Rolling Element Bearings
178(30)
Handling Bearings
208(1)
Bearing Dismounting and Mounting Practices
209(9)
Rolling Bearing Lubrication
218(6)
Rolling Bearing Failure Analysis
224(12)
Questions
236(1)
V- and Synchronous-Belt Drives
237(35)
Objectives
237(1)
Introduction
237(1)
V-Belt Principles of Operation and Terminology
238(11)
V-Belt Sheaves
249(2)
Variable Speed/Pitch Sheaves
251(2)
V-Belt Drive Selection
253(1)
Synchronous Belt Drives
254(4)
V-Belt and Synchronous Drive Maintenance
258(13)
Questions
271(1)
Drive Chain and Sprockets
272(29)
Objectives
272(1)
Introduction
272(1)
Drive Chain Function and Operation
273(1)
Drive Chain Types
274(9)
Sprockets
283(5)
Roller Chain Safety, Installation, and Maintenance
288(7)
Chain Lubrication
295(4)
Questions
299(2)
Clutches, Brakes, and Backstops
301(14)
Objectives
301(1)
Introduction
301(1)
Clutch/Brake Selection
302(1)
Clutch, Brake, and Holdback Types
303(11)
Questions
314(1)
Shaft Couplings and Alignment
315(60)
Objectives
315(1)
Introduction
315(1)
Rigid Shaft Couplings
316(1)
Flexible Shaft Couplings
317(3)
Nonmetallic Coupling Types
320(6)
Metallic Flexible Couplings
326(1)
Metallic Coupling Types
327(7)
Miscellaneous Couplings
334(1)
Universal Joints
335(1)
Flexible Coupling Selection
336(3)
Coupling Installation and Maintenance
339(3)
Metallic Coupling Lubrication
342(1)
Shaft Coupling Balance/Unbalance
343(4)
Flexible Coupling Alignment
347(27)
Questions
374(1)
Gear Drives
375(49)
Objectives
375(1)
Introduction
375(1)
Gear Construction
376(2)
Gear Terminology
378(3)
Gear Types
381(5)
Open Gear Alignment
386(12)
Gear Wear and Failure Analysis
398(5)
Enclosed Gear Drives
403(7)
Enclosed Gearbox Types
410(4)
Gearbox Installation, Troubleshooting, and Maintenance
414(9)
Questions
423(1)
Linear Motion Technology
424(20)
Objectives
424(1)
Introduction
424(1)
Linear Motion Operating Concerns
425(4)
Linear Guidance Components
429(5)
Linear Thrust Mechanisms
434(8)
Installation, Operating, and Maintenance Concerns
442(1)
Questions
443(1)
Material Conveying Systems
444(39)
Objectives
444(1)
Introduction
444(3)
Conveyor Design and Selection
447(9)
Conveyor Idlers
456(4)
Conveyor Belting
460(15)
Roller Bed, Slider Bed, and Gravity Conveyors
475(7)
Questions
482(1)
Introduction to Fluid Power Actuation
483(18)
Objectives
483(1)
Fluid Power Actuation
483(3)
Types of Actuators
486(10)
Valve Actuation
496(1)
Design Practice
497(1)
Vacuum
498(1)
Questions
499(2)
Glossary 501(10)
Appendix 511(10)
Index 521

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