Maintenance Engineering Handbook

Author(s) Keith Mobley, Lindley Higgins, Darrin Wikoff
Publisher McGraw-Hill
Date 2008
Pages 1200
Format pdf
Size 16 Mb







A really perfect and one of the most comprehensive resources, the present publication has long been serving as basement for the specialists in the various fields of engineering, technicians and managers who were in need of the good technical advise on absolutely every engineering aspect. This edition of the title will bring its readers updated on the most important areas - they will find everything they require to identify and repair any faulty piece of machinery or equipment.

For more than sixty years this Handbook has been used by the professionals all around the world. Among the purely technical chapters, this release of the Handbook will also provide you with the information about the cost estimation an numerous newly introduced sections on conducting maintenance of the mechanical equipment that will be appreciated by the maintenance engineers. According to the reader reviews, the volume is very useful and materials contained are updated and practical. The content of the publication is very well organized, enabling readers to find any information they need.

One of the most popular volumes on the maintenance engineering available today and a must-have for any engineer involved in the routine or periodical maintenance of the assets. Such areas as the maintenance practices, lubrication, maintenance of electrical and mechanical equipment, analysis instruments, reliability tools and many others have all been addressed in the pages of this book.

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