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2003/September
Author:Alan Friedman, DLI Engineering
Introductory overview illustrates how awareness of the behavior of linear and nonlinear systems provides fuller understanding of machine health when analyzing vibration data. The analysis of a vibration spectrum of a machine in the context of...
Monday, 01 September 2003 | 3374 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2003/September
Author:Andy Carroll, Black & Veatch Corp., and Ken Wilmot, Alliant Energy
To gain the full value of a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), a core foundation of trusted data must be available each and every time the system is used—starting from day one. Striving to have high data integrity from the outset...
Monday, 01 September 2003 | 4640 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2003/September
Author:John M. Gross, P.E.
Maintenance planning is the change that will allow you to move from firefighting to proactive planned maintenance. By do many maintenance departments continue to fight fires—rushing from one breakdown to the next making heroic repairs?...
Saturday, 01 March 2003 | 2224 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2003/September
Author:Lewis F. Hanes, EPRI
Research project develops guidelines for dealing with this important issue. Important lessons were learned while developing and testing guidelines that a company might consider as it goes about implementing a new program—or expanding an...
Monday, 01 September 2003 | 1995 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2003/September
Author:Mark Utzinger, Miura Boiler, Inc.
Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX—a high-tech research facility—has one of the first installations of an updated watertube boiler online feedback system. Previously, the online data reporting system for its boilers fed information ...
Monday, 01 September 2003 | 2208 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2003/September
Author:Randall D. Quick, Manufacturing Solutions International
Here is a standardized process using a systematic approach. The head of a corporate reliability group for a worldwide consumer products company was having difficulty hiring maintenance personnel who possessed the skills the company...
Monday, 01 September 2003 | 11698 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2003/September
Author:Robert C. Baldwin, CMRP, Editor
  Robert C. Baldwin, CMRP, Editor The maintenance and reliability workforce is aging and youngsters are choosing other professions. Maintenance personnel from managers to apprentices are in short supply. That means all of us will be...
Monday, 01 September 2003 | 1460 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2003/September
Author:Terrence O'Hanlon, ReliabilityWeb.com
Imagine strolling into a city park for your lunch break. It is a bright, sunny day and the birds are chirping in the background. As you finish your lunch you suddenly remember that you were supposed to send an important e-mail. If you happen...
Monday, 01 September 2003 | 1582 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2003/September
Author:Tony Kuester
Why don’t we get invited to the big table very often? Perhaps it is because: We speak a different language. We see things differently (even though we are looking at the same thing). We judge things technically, without the “business...
Monday, 01 September 2003 | 1649 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more


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