Consider a Viable and Cost-Effective Platform for the Industries of the Future (IOF)
Benefit from improved safety, performance, and product deliveries to your customers. Achieve a higher rate of equipment availability, performance, product quality, and reliability. Integrated Reliability: Condition Monitoring and Maintenance of Equipment incorporates reliable engineering and mathematical modeling to help you move toward sustainable development in reliability condition monitoring and maintenance. This text introduces a cost-effective integrated reliability growth monitor, integrated reliability degradation monitor, technological inheritance coefficient sensors, and a maintenance tool that supplies real-time information for predicting and preventing potential failures of manufacturing processes and equipment.
The author highlights five key elements that are essential to any improvement program: improving overall equipment and part effectiveness, quality, and reliability; improving process performance with maintenance efficiency and effectiveness; training all employees involved; including operators in the daily maintenance and upkeep of the equipment; and implementing early equipment management and maintenance prevention design. He offers a sustainable solution with integrated reliability condition monitoring and maintenance of manufacturing processes, parts, and equipment in the IOFs with a technological inheritance model-based program.
This book contains 15 chapters that include details on:
- Improving the material–part–equipment system life cycle, reliability conditions, and manufacturing process productivity for wear, corrosion, and temperature resistance applications
- Maximizing the component and system reliability growth of parts and equipment
- Minimizing reliability degradation within the framework of a condition-based maintenance
- Analyzing the reliability degradation, wear, and other competing failure modes of nickel-based hard alloy–coated part mating surface with a technological inheritance model-based program
- Introducing a cost-effective integrated reliability monitor and maintenance strategy with a technological inheritance model–based software program
Integrated Reliability: Condition Monitoring and Maintenance of Equipment addresses potential failures from an asset manager, maintenance user, and operator’s standpoint, and highlights the solutions to common failures and reliability problems for equipment in the IOFs.
Table of Contents
Overview for Condition Monitoring and Maintenance of Equipment in the Industries of the Future. Integrated Reliability of Material-Part-Equipment System Life Cycle with the Technological Inheritance Technique. Reliability Growth and Degradation of System Condition Monitoring with the Technological Inheritance Technique. Role of Technological Inheritance Technique for Condition Monitoring and Maintenance of Industrial Equipment. Maximum Achievable Reliability Design for Critical Parts of Equipment with Technological Inheritance Model. Selection of Coating Materials, Parts, and Equipment System with the Technological Inheritance Technique. Reliability Growth Condition of Coating Material and Deposition Process with a Technological Inheritance Model-Based Program. Reliability Growth Condition of Machining and Grinding Processes of Hard-Coated Workpiece Surface. Reliability Growth, Degradation, and Fatigue Failure of Nickel-Based Hard Alloy-Coated Part Surface. Reliability Degradation, Wear, and Competing Failure Modes of Nickel-Based Hard Alloy-Coated Part Mating Surface. Integration of Reliability, Condition Monitoring, and Maintenance of Industrial Equipment. Integrated Reliability of Equipment with a Technological Inheritance Model-Based Simulation Technique. Integrated Reliability with a Technological Inheritance Model-Based Program in the Industries of the Future. Integrated Reliability with a Technological Inheritance Model-Based Network Program in the Industries of the Future. Integrated Reliability Management with a Technological Inheritance Model-Based Program in the Industries of the Future.
John Osarenren, received his PHd in agricultural engineering in 1989 from the Byelorussian University of Agricultural Mechanization, in Minsk, USSR, and his M.SC. (Agricultural Engineering) in 1986. He is currently a member of the Integrated Agricultural and Industrial Consultancy, New York, USA. He is a member of the American society Of Agricultural Engineers, Michigan, USA, and the Society of Reliability Maintenance Professionals, Georgia, USA.