Mechanical Engineering Newsletter
Mechanical Engineering Newsletter for Students.
The above picture is of one of the many weekly Mechanical Engineering Newsletters for students and plant operators. At the bottom of this page are links to more of the weekly Mechanical Engineering Newsletters PDFs. These educational newsletters as you can see above, are similar to content you get industrial engineering magazine pdfs, but no advertisements. Just the real world knowledge and application information by a world renown Mechanical engineer.
In this particular newsletter issue, the topics "Tracking large rotating equipment" and "Chemical corrosion control" are covered. It also might be noted, just as mechanical engineers need to learn things no so mechanical like How ultrasonic level detectors work, so do maintenance. In fact this newsletter series was written in simple to understand language so equipment operators could learn more about the equipment they are operating. Even asset management is often touched on. So this news letter is great to share with all your maintenance and engineering personnel.
Every mechanical engineering weekly newsletter has regular sections on "Process Control Talk", "From the Mechanical Workshop " and the "Asset Management" sections.
You will want to read this week's newsletter, if you have not heard of the cone mounted sensor idea. If you want to know what to do if the equipment manufacturer or installer did not provide the datum’s. If you want to know what process conditions need considered when using corrosion tables, that the tables them selves do not consider. If you want to know how to minimize the extent of shaft sealing leakage from a packed gland.
This week's newsletter ends with the article "Some Quality Paradigms are Expensive" for the Asset Management section. Gain some additional insight on what can be done to get costs down, to get production up and how you are going to hit the key performance indicators, remember the importance of quality equipment, quality systems, quality training and your quality mindset!
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Mechanical Engineering Newsletter Vol 1, Ed 2 (this page summarizing)
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