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Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance

ISBN-10: 0135069815

ISBN-13: 9780135069813

Edition: 2000

Authors: Larry Chastain

List price: $96.00
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For undergraduate courses in Industrial Technology, Industrial Mechanics, and Basic Industrial Mechanics. An exceptionally readable training resource designed in a flexible stand-alone chapter format, this modern text gives future industrial technicians a solid foundation in basic theory coupled with a practical hands-on approach that includes exposure to real-life equipment used in the industry today. Using a direct and straightforward style of writing that has won praise from students and instructors alike, it focuses on the needs of industrial mechanics, technicians and engineers working with industrial mechanical and power transmission products, and integrates safety and troubleshooting components within each chapter to encourage diagnostic skill-building.
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Book details

List price: $96.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/30/1999
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 293
Size: 8.39" wide x 11.22" long x 0.59" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Hand Tools
Introduction to Hand Tools
Screwdrivers
Pliers
Wrenches
Socket Tools
Torque Wrenches
Hammers
Chisels and Punches
Hacksaws and Files
Fasteners
Introduction to Fasteners
Screw Thread Nomenclature
Fastener Standards
Class of Fit and Bolt Grade
Common Industrial Threaded Fasteners
Removing Damaged Fasteners
Cutting Threads with Taps and Dies
Basic Principles of Mechanical Systems
Introduction
Mechanical Energy
Mechanical Force
Torque
Mechanical Work
Basic Mechanical Machines
Mechanical Efficiency
Mechanical Rate
Mechanical Resistance
Mechanical Power
Lubrication
Introduction
Lubrication Principles
Lubricant Film
Industrial Oil Lubrication
Oil Viscosity Classifications
Grease Lubrication
Bearings
Introduction
Plain Bearings
Plain Bearing Lubrication
Rolling Element Bearings
Ball Bearings
Roller Bearings
Needle Bearings
Bearing Seals and Shields
Working with Bearings
Installing Bearings
Interference Fit Bearings
Mounting Interference Fit Bearings
Mechanical Methods of Mounting Bearings
Thermal Methods of Mounting Bearings
Premounted Bearings
Troubleshooting Bearings
Seals, Gaskets, and Packing
Introduction
Gaskets
Elastomeric Static Seals
Stuffing Boxes
Stuffing Box Packing Installation
Automatic or Molded Packing
Radial Lip Seals
Radial Lip Seals Installation
Mechanical Seals
Mechanical Seals Installation
Labyrinth Seals
Belt Drives
Introduction
V-Belt Standardization
Classical V-Belts
Narrow Groove V-Belts
Cogged V-Belts
Banded V-Belts
Light Duty or Fractional Horsepower (FHP) V-Belts
Ribbed V-Belts
Variable Speed V-Belts
Replacing a V-Belt
Sheave Replacement
Belt Drive Alignment
V-Belt Installation and Tensioning
V-Belt Maintenance
Synchronous Belt Drives
Timing Belt Pulleys
Timing Belt Installation
Timing Belt Tensioning
Chain Drives
Introduction
Types of Roller Chain
Self-Lubrication Chain
Roller Chain Identification
Double-Pitch Roller Chain
Roller Chain Attachments
Inverted Tooth (Silent Chain) Drives
Engineered Class Steel Chain
General Purpose Cast Chain
Drag Conveyor Chain
Chain Sprockets
Sprocket Hub Design
Sprocket Mounting
Selection of Roller Chain Drives
Roller Chain Drive Installation
Chain Drive Lubrication
Chain Drive Maintenance
Gears
Introduction
Gear Terms and Fundamentals
Spur Gears
Helical Gears
Bevel Gears
Worm Gears
Lubrication of Open Gears
Troubleshooting Open Gears
Enclosed Gears
Enclosed Gear Terminology
Common Enclosed Gear Drives
Common Gearbox Configurations
Gearbox Installation
Maintaining and Rebuilding a Gearbox
Couplings
Introduction
Rigid Couplings
Sleeve Couplings
Ribbed Couplings
Flange Couplings
Flexible Couplings
Metallic Element Couplings
Chain Couplings
Gear Couplings
Metallic Grid Couplings
Elastomeric Flexible Couplings
Coupling Installation
Coupling Alignment
Runout
Soft Foot
Shims
Types of Misalignment
Types of Alignment
Clutches and Brakes
Introduction
Positive Contact Clutches
Friction Clutches
Fluid Clutches
Magnetic Clutches and Brakes
Overrunning Clutches
Clutch and Brake Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Rigging
Introduction
Estimating Weight and Center of Gravity
Fiber Ropes
Wire Ropes
Link Chains
Slings