Machinery Component Maintenance and Repair

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Machinery Component Maintenance and Repair

Pages: 614

Contents:

A machinery engineer’s job was accurately described by this ad, which ap-
Personable, well-educated, literate individual with college degree in any form of engineering or physics to work . . . Job re-quires wide knowledge and experience in physical sciences, mate-
rials, construction techniques, mathematics and drafting.

Competence in the use of spoken and written English is required. Must be.
willing to suffer personal indignities from clients, professional de-
rision from peers in more conventional jobs, and slanderous in-
sults from colleagues.

Job involves frequent physical danger, trips to inaccessible loca-
tions throughout the world, manual labor and extreme frustration
from lack of data on which to base decisions.

Applicant must be willing to risk personal and professional fu-
ture on decisions based on inadequate information and complete lack of control over acceptance of recommendations .

This is what my colleagues, Heinz P. Bloch and Fred K. Geitner, have suc-
ceeded in doing.

Volume 3 of this series on machinery management brings us the
know-how of some of the most knowledgeable individuals in the field. Engi-
neers and supervisors concerned with machinery and component selection, in-
stallation, and maintenance will find this an indispensable guide.

Here, finally, is a long-needed source of practical reference information which
the reader can readily adapt to similar machinery or installations in his particular
plant environment.

You can download this book from the first link on website comments .


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