Maintenance Engineering Handbook / Edition 6

Maintenance Engineering Handbook / Edition 6

ISBN-10:
0070288194
ISBN-13:
9780070288195
Pub. Date:
10/31/2001
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing

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Overview

Maintenance Engineering Handbook / Edition 6

The most comprehensive resource of its kind, Maintenance Engineering Handbook has long been a staple for engineers, managers, and technicians seeking current advice on everything from tools and techniques to planning and scheduling. This new edition brings you up to date on the most pertinent aspects of identifying and repairing faulty equipment; such dated subjects as sanitation and housekeeping have been removed.

Maintenance Engineering Handbook has been advising plant and facility professionals for more than 50 years. Whether you're new to the profession or a practiced veteran, this updated edition is an absolute necessity.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780070288195
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 10/31/2001
Series: Standard Handbks.
Edition description: REV
Pages: 1504
Product dimensions: 7.54(w) x 9.52(h) x 2.15(d)

About the Author

Lindley R. Higgins was an engineering consultant.

R. Keith Mobley is principle of Life Cycle Engineering.

Darrin Wikoff is Senior Reliability Consultant.

Table of Contents

Contributors     ix
Foreword     xi
Preface     xii
SI Units and Conversion Factors     xiii
Organization and Management of the Maintenance Function
Redefining Maintenance-Delivering Reliability   Scott Franklin     1.3
Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Maintenance   R. Keith Mobley     1.9
Maintenance and Reliability Engineering   R. Keith Mobley     1.17
Cooperative Partnerships   Jeff Nevenhoven     1.23
Effective Maintenance Organizations   Randy Heisler     1.31
Operating Policies of Effective Maintenance   Tom Dabbs     1.39
Six Sigma Safety: Applying Quality Management Principles to Foster a Zero-Injury Safety Culture   Michael Williamsen     1.55
The Horizons of Maintenance Management
Corrective Maintenance   R. Keith Mobley     2.3
Reliability-Based Preventive Maintenance   R. Keith Mobley     2.7
Predictive Maintenance   R. Keith Mobley     2.19
Reliability-Centered Maintenance   Darrin Wikoff     2.35
Total Productive Maintenance   R. Keith Mobley     2.41
Maintenance Repair and Operations-Storeroom Excellence   Wally Wilson     2.59
Computerized Planning and Scheduling   Thomas A. Gober     2.79
Computer-Based Maintenance Management Systems   R. Keith Mobley     2.91
Engineering and Analysis Tools
Economics of Reliability   Robert Fei     3.3
Work Measurement   Bruce Wesner     3.19
Rating and Evaluating Maintenance Workers   Robert (Bob) Call     3.65
Work Simplification in Maintenance   Al Emeneker     3.89
Estimating Repair and Maintenance Costs   Tim Kister     3.107
Key Performance Indicators   John Cray     3.121
Maintenance Engineer's Toolbox   Shon Isenhour     3.133
Root Cause Analysis   Darrin Wikoff     3.153
Maintenance of Plant Facilities
Maintenance of Low-Sloped Membrane Roofs   Donald R. Mapes   Dennis J. McNeil     4.3
Concrete Industrial Floor Surfaces: Design, Installation, Repair, and Maintenance   Robert F. Ytterberg     4.17
Maintenance and Cleaning of Brick Masonry Structures   Brian E. Trimble     4.27
Maintenance of Elevators and Special Lifts   Jerry Robertson     4.43
Air-Conditioning Equipment   Martin A. Scicchitano      4.53
Ventilating Fans and Exhaust Systems   R. Keith Mobley     4.87
Dust-Collecting and Air-Cleaning Equipment   Lee Twombly   Samuel G. Dunkle     4.111
Maintenance of Mechanical Equipment
Plain Bearings   R. Keith Mobley     5.3
Rolling-Element Bearings   Daniel R. Snyder     5.19
Flexible Couplings for Power Transmission   Terry Hall     5.45
Chains for Power Transmission   Frank B. Kempf     5.73
Cranes: Overhead and Gantry   William S. Chapin     5.83
Chain Hoists   R. C. Dearstyne     5.91
Belt Drives   Dan Parsons   Tim Taylor     5.99
Mechanical Variable-Speed Drives   Carl March     5.145
Gear Drives and Speed Reducers   Robert G. Smith     5.161
Reciprocating Air Compressors   R. Keith Mobley     5.185
Valves   Terry Hall     5.197
Pumps: Centrifugal and Positive Displacement   Carl March     5.213
Maintenance of Electrical Equipment
Electric Motors   Shon Isenhour     6.3
Maintenance of Motor Control Components   Shon Isenhour     6.39
Maintenance of Industrial Batteries (Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium, Nickel-Iron)   Terry Hall     6.79
Instruments and Reliability Tools
Mechanical Instruments for Measuring Process Variables   R. Keith Mobley     7.3
Electrical Instruments for Measuring, Servicing, and Testing   R. Keith Mobley     7.43
Vibration: Its Analysis and Correction   R. Keith Mobley     7.69
An Introduction to Thermography   R. Keith Mobley     7.105
Tribology   R. Keith Mobley     7.127
Lubrication
The Organization and Management of Lubrication   F. Alverson   T. C. Mead   W. H. Stein   A. C. Witte     8.3
Lubricating Devices and Systems   Duane C. Allen     8.13
Planning and Implementing a Good Lubrication Program   R. Keith Mobley     8.27
Chemical Corrosion Control and Cleaning
Corrosion Control   Denny Bardoliwalla   Klaus Wittel     9.3
Industrial Chemical Cleaning Methods   Robert Haydu   W. Emerson Brantley III   Jerry Casenhiser     9.17
Painting and Protective Coatings   Bryant (Web) Chandler     9.35
Piping   Tyler G. Hicks     9.55
Scaffolds and Ladders   Colin P. Bennett      9.91
Maintenance Welding
Arc Welding in Maintenance   J. E. Hinkel     10.3
Gas Welding in Maintenance$dEngineers of L-TEC Welding and Cutting Systems     10.63
Index     I.1

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