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Machinery Lubrication September-October 2019

Machinery Lubrication magazine published by Noria Corporation

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BOOKSTORE Welcom e to M a c h i n e r y Lu b ri catio n's B ook s tore, de sign e d to sp otlight lubric ation - relate d b ook s . For a complete lis ting of b ook s of intere s t to lubric ation profe s sionals , c h e c k o u t t h e B o o k s t o r e a t s t o r e . n o r i a . co m . Keep Our Machines Clean Poster Home Sweet Home Poster Use the Correct Oil Poster Machinery Lubrication I Study Pack See page 31 for the next scheduled training class. ack ass. • Flash Card Pack • 125-question Practice Exam • How to Take a Multiple-Choice Exam • Machinery Lubrication Reference Guide • Oil Analysis Basics • e Practical Handbook of Machinery Lubrication Reliable Plant 2019 Conference Proceedings Format: Online Publisher: Noria Corporation If you missed the learning sessions at Reliable Plant 2019, you can still get the conference proceedings through the Noria Learning Portal. It includes the papers and presentations from nearly every educational session. e real-world case studies at Reliable Plant 2019 were full of practical, experience- based information and tools for lubrication and reliability programs. Integrated Reliability: Condition Monitoring and Maintenance of Equipment Author: John Osarenren is book incorporates reliable engi- neering and mathematical modeling to help you move toward sustainable development in reliability condition monitoring and maintenance. It introduces a cost-eff ective integrated reliability growth monitor, integrated reliability degradation monitor, technological inheritance coeffi cient sensors, and a mainte- nance tool that supplies real-time information for predicting and preventing potential failures of manufacturing processes and equipment. Machinery Condition Monitoring: Principles and Practices Author: Amiya Ranjan Mohanty Providing the working prin- ciples behind the important elements of machines as well as the techniques to understand their conditions, this book presents every available method of machine fault detection. It draws on the author's more than two decades of experience with machinery condition monitoring and consulting while introducing the practicing engineer to the techniques used to eff ectively detect and diagnose faults in machines. In-Service Lubricant and Machine Analysis, Diagnostics, and Prognostics Author: ASTM International is compilation of the Journal of ASTM International (JAI) contains papers presented at a symposium on in-service lubricant and machine anal- ysis, diagnostics and prognostics held Dec. 8, 2010, in Jacksonville, Florida. It includes recent developments in online oil condition monitoring sensors and align- ment with ASTM methods and practices, an overview of progress and new developments in FTIR lubricant condition monitoring methodology, guidelines for alarm limits and trend analysis, and more. www . | September - October 2019 | 43

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