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A Practical Guide To Maintenance Engineering

Author : C. L. Dunlop
ISBN : 9781483182810
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 40. 73 MB
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A Practical Guide to Maintenance Engineering presents a critical review of the physical make-up of the equipment. It discusses the equipment register, equipment codes, instrument function terminology, and loop function terminology. It also addresses planned preventive and running maintenance as well as the objectives and guidelines of running maintenance. Some of the topics covered in the book are the preparations of completed planned maintenance service sheet, task sheet, service sheet, and equipment failure sheet; maintenance defect monitoring; maintenance stores spare part monitoring; statutory inspection monitoring; maintenance vibration analysis; and maintenance management. The preparation of safety relief valve schedule is also discussed. An in-depth analysis of the work order input/output flow diagram is provided. The planned and preventive maintenance flow diagram is presented. A chapter is devoted to creation of test running and maintenance record. The book can provide useful information to iron mechanics, engineers, students, and researchers.

Managing Maintenance Error

Author : James Reason
ISBN : 9781351920513
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 85. 56 MB
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Situations and systems are easier to change than the human condition - particularly when people are well-trained and well-motivated, as they usually are in maintenance organisations. This is a down-to-earth practitioner’s guide to managing maintenance error, written in Dr. Reason’s highly readable style. It deals with human risks generally and the special human performance problems arising in maintenance, as well as providing an engineer’s guide for their understanding and the solution. After reviewing the types of error and violation and the conditions that provoke them, the author sets out the broader picture, illustrated by examples of three system failures. Central to the book is a comprehensive review of error management, followed by chapters on:- managing person, the task and the team; - the workplace and the organization; - creating a safe culture; It is then rounded off and brought together, in such a way as to be readily applicable for those who can make it work, to achieve a greater and more consistent level of safety in maintenance activities. The readership will include maintenance engineering staff and safety officers and all those in responsible roles in critical and systems-reliant environments, including transportation, nuclear and conventional power, extractive and other chemical processing and manufacturing industries and medicine.

Maintenance Engineering And Management

ISBN : 9788120331303
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 42. 1 MB
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This text is an accessible and comprehensive guide to the principles, practices, functions and challenges of maintenance engineering and management. With a strong emphasis on basic concepts and practical techniques throughout, the book demonstrates in detail how effective technical competencies in maintenance management can be built in engineering organizations. The book thus provides students and practising engineers alike with the methodologies and tools needed to understand and implement the systems approach to maintenance management. The major goals for the text include : To provide a good understanding of different types of maintenance management systems such as breakdown, preventive, predictive, proactive. To explain benefits of planned maintenance. To explain condition-based monitoring techniques with focus on vibration monitoring, thermography, and motor condition monitoring. To stress the role of reliability engineering in maintenance with tools like Failure Mode and Effect Analysis, Root Cause Analysis, and Criticality Matrix. To explain activities of maintenance planning with focus on shutdown planning, human resources development, and tools employed for monitoring. To emphasize management functions such as procurement of spares, measurement of maintenance effectiveness, etc. To give an overview of project management tools such as PERT etc. To introduce computerized maintenance management systems. To explain the basics of hazard analysis and fault tree analysis. Review questions in each chapter, worked-out examples wherever applicable, case studies and an exclusive appendix on “Selected Questions and Answers” are all designed to provoke critical thinking. This text is suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Maintenance Engineering taught in the department of mechanical engineering in almost all universities.

A Practical Approach To Motor Vehicle Engineering And Maintenance

Author : Allan Bonnick
ISBN : 9781136432026
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 83. 49 MB
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This text covers all the mandatory and popular optional units of the IMI Technical Certificates and NVQ Level 1 & 2 syllabus, from health and safety regulations to fault finding and replacing components. Fully updated, it also has vehicle maintenance procedures integrated throughout, making it the indispensable first classroom and workshop text for all students of motor vehicle engineering, apprentices and keen amateurs. The text is made accessible to all levels of ability through its clear, logical approach, excellent illustrations and step-by-step development of theory and practice. There is guidance on preparing portfolios of evidence, and practical exercises are included to demonstrate actual workshop practice.

Highway Winter Maintenance

Author : The Institution of Civil Engineers
ISBN : 9780727729576
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 39. 29 MB
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This guide reviews current operational arrangements, indicates best practices and suggests the way ahead. To reflect the complexities of the subject the Guide covers operational requirements for winter maintenance; weather forecasting; support technology, research and development; specialist plant and transport; and the role of privatization. The Guide has been designed as an aide memoire for experienced highways managers, and to promote discussion and contribute to establishing best value benchmarks. It will also provide valuable guidance for young engineers and the junior staff who are engaged in this work.

Asphalt Pavements

Author : Patrick Lavin
ISBN : 9781482267716
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 40. 76 MB
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Asphalt Pavements provides the know-how behind the design, production and maintenance of asphalt pavements and parking lots. Incorporating the latest technology, this book is the first to focus primarily on the design, production and maintenance of low-volume roads and parking areas. Special attention is given to determining the traffic capacity, required thickness and asphalt mixture type for parking applications. Topics covered include: material information such as binder properties, testing grading and selection; construction information such as mixing plant operation, proportioning, mixture placement and compaction; and design information such as thickness and mixture design methods and guidelines on applying these to highways, city streets and parking Areas. It is an essential practical guide aimed at those engineers and architects who are not directly involved in the asphalt industry, but who nonetheless need to have a good general knowledge of the subject. Asphalt Pavements provides a novice with enough information to completely design, construct and specify an asphalt pavement.

Practical Guide To Railway Engineering

Author : American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association. Committee 24 - Education and Training
ISBN : OCLC:61418740
Genre : Railroad engineering
File Size : 57. 98 MB
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Reliability Engineering And Risk Analysis

Author : Mohammad Modarres
ISBN : 9781498745895
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 45. 85 MB
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This undergraduate and graduate textbook provides a practical and comprehensive overview of reliability and risk analysis techniques. Written for engineering students and practicing engineers, the book is multi-disciplinary in scope. The new edition has new topics in classical confidence interval estimation; Bayesian uncertainty analysis; models for physics-of-failure approach to life estimation; extended discussions on the generalized renewal process and optimal maintenance; and further modifications, updates, and discussions. The book includes examples to clarify technical subjects and many end of chapter exercises. PowerPoint slides and a Solutions Manual are also available.

Earth Roads

Author : Jack Hindson
ISBN : 0903031841
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 62. 6 MB
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A practical manual for non-engineers which describes the design and construction of earth roads with a usage of up to 50 vehicles per day. Drainage, road planning, the actual construction and subsequent maintenance operations are all dealt with.

Ufad O M Guide

Author : ASHRAE.
ISBN : 1939200539
File Size : 38. 32 MB
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"A comprehensive guide on the operations and maintenance of underfloor air distribution systems. Offers practical advice for the builder, technician, and building owner or their representative"--

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