Equipment management workbook : key to equipment reliability by Paul D. Tomlingson

By Paul D. Tomlingson

Equipment administration Workbook is a better half to the hugely acclaimed textual content, Equipment administration: Key to apparatus Reliability and productiveness in Mining, moment Edition.

The Equipment Management textual content, considered as crucial analyzing for mining execs, outlines a confirmed and functional method for making sure the profitability of mining operations via caliber upkeep management.

This workbook offers a simple, powerful means for readers to check and ensure these useful classes offered within the text.

Its step by step process specializes in the main severe elements of a winning upkeep administration application. every one bankruptcy demanding situations the reader to remember the real-world studies and suggestions from the textual content. attractive multiple-choice, true/false, and yes/no routines toughen each key concept.

You’ll make the most of Tomlingson’s greater than 35 years of direct, around the globe upkeep consulting adventure within the layout, implementation and assessment of upkeep courses for heavy industry.

The textbook and workbook include a “how-to” advisor that would let mining companies to enforce a entire apparatus administration procedure that guarantees apparatus reliability, in addition to workforce productivity.

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An industrial engineer can effectively measure five productivityrelated factors: waiting, travel, clerical work, idleness, and work time. By involving craft personnel in measuring productivity, they can also evaluate many other factors that cause work delays, such as: a. identifying parts b. identifying broken tools c. waiting for another craft d. waiting for equipment to be shut down e. using incorrect repair techniques f. more training required g. all of the above 13. What beneficial impact could the involvement of craft personnel in measuring productivity have on the organization?

All of the above 36 © 2010 by the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration. All rights reserved. Electronic edition published 2010. Chapter 8 Understanding Preventive Maintenance 1. What are the objectives of preventive maintenance? a. to extend equipment life b. to avoid premature equipment failure c. to conduct overhauls 2. What is characteristic of PM services? a. it is detection oriented b. it is done routinely (same checklist) c. it is done repetitively (repeated at regular intervals) d.

Electronic edition published 2010. © 2010 by the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration. All rights reserved. Electronic edition published 2010. Chapter 9 Effective Planning and Scheduling 1. What distinguishes planning from scheduling? Place a “P” for planning or an “S” for scheduling after each action listed. a. pre-organize selected major jobs ____ b. identify resources needed ____ c. ensure that work can be done in the least amount of downtime ____ d. ensure the most effective use of resources ____ e.

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