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Maintenance Engineering Handbook, 8E

$157.95
December 2013
9780071826617
672

Product Details

The Most Complete, Current Guide to Every Aspect of Maintenance Engineering Extensively updated to cover the latest technologies and methods, Maintenance Engineering Handbook, Eighth Edition offers in-depth details on identifying and repairing faulty equipment. This definitive resource focuses on proven best practices for maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO), inventory management, root-cause analysis, and performance management. This thoroughly revised edition contains new chapters on:

  • Reliability-based maintenance
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Sustaining maintenance
  • Ultrasonics
  • Operating dynamics
  • Simplified failure modes and effects analysis
  • Criticality analysis
  • Process and value-stream mapping

 Featuring contributions from noted experts in the field, this authoritative reference will help you to successfully reduce excessive downtime and high maintenance costs by detecting and mitigating repetitive failures. 

Comprehensive coverage of:
Organization and management of the maintenance function * Best practices for maintenance and predictive maintenance * Engineering and analysis tools * Maintenance of mechanical, electrical, and facilities equipment

 

R. Keith Mobley, MBB, CMRP, is a Principal Consultant with Life Cycle Engineering. He has earned an international reputation as a leader in corporate transformations, reliability engineering, and process optimization. Mr. Mobley is on the advisory boards of ANSI and ISO; a Distinguished Lecturer for ASME; and a recipient of the Smarro Award for outstanding contribution in engineering and reliability. Motorola-Juran Institute trained, he is a Master Black Belt with hundreds of successful projects and 20 years of direct Lean-Six Sigma application experience. Mr. Mobley is the author of 22 books, including: Total Plant Performance Management, Plant Engineer's Handbook, Maintenance Engineering Handbook Rules of Thumb for Reliability Engineers, and Introduction to Predictive Maintenance.

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