2 edition of Objective approaches to the improvement of machine tool reliability found in the catalog.
Objective approaches to the improvement of machine tool reliability
D. J. Bennett
by University of Aston, Management Centre
Written in English
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© John Wiley & Sons, Inc. M. P. Groover, “Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing 2/e” Classification of Machined Parts 1. Rotational - cylindrical or disk-like shape 2. Nonrotational (also called prismatic) - block-like or plate-like. tool–tool-holder response (Substructure I) to the response obtained at the spindle nose from the ﬁrst stage (Substructure II) using a receptance coupling approach. This allows different tool–tool-holder combinations to be modeled independently and coupled subsequently without having to regenerate machine (spindle) models .File Size: 1MB.
The book will serve as a consolidated volume on various dimensions of machine tool reliability and its implications from manufacturers and users point of view. From the manufacturers' point of view, it discusses various approaches for reliability and maintenance based design of machine tools. In specific, it discusses simultaneous selection of Manufacturer: Wiley-Scrivener. Chapter 7 Evaluating Information: Validity, Reliability, Accuracy, Triangulation Teaching and learning objectives: 1. To consider why information should be assessed 2. To understand the distinction between ‘primary’ and ‘secondary sources’ of information 3. To learn what is meant by the validity, reliability, and accuracy of information 4.
In order to set yourself up for continuous improvement, you need to create a suitable environment within your company. In Lean management, there are three major approaches for achieving continuous improvement: Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) The model Plan-Do-Check-Act is the most popular approach for achieving continuous improvement. Predictive tools. Reliability Centred Maintenance. RCM. Reliability Centred Maintenance is defined by John Moubray as "a process used to determine what must be done to ensure that the physical asset continues to fulfil its intended functions in its present operating context" (, pg.7).
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The book will serve as a consolidated volume on various dimensions of machine tool reliability and its implications from manufacturers and users point of view. From the manufacturers' point of view, it discusses various approaches for reliability and maintenance based design of machine tools.
Objective Approaches to the Improvement of Machine Tool Reliability. Author: Bennett, D. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Birmingham Current Institution: University of Birmingham Date of Award: Availability of Full Text.
The book will serve as a consolidated volume on various dimensions of machine tool reliability and its implications from manufacturers and users point of view. The objective study of reliability. in the main.
has centred on electrical and electronic devices, and most of the theories of reliability are based on data derived from testing electronic. Implementing Reliability Improvements a team approach By Timothy A. Dunton and Michael L. Snider Universal Technologies.
Inc. machinery reliability and plant / maintenance performance and presents practical real world • A 12 step road map to reliability improvement. Equipment Reliability The objective of the equipment reliability improvement was to eliminate the major causes of downtime by focusing on equipment that most impacted production output and cost targets.
This would be achieved by improving current maintenance practises and strategies using RCM principles. Y z Figure 1 A unifled approach to machine tool accuracy improvement through compensation.
Annak of the ClRP Vol. N/l/lSU 41 7 which covered almost the total lenght of movements of the machine slides. Measurements, thus, included geometrical properties of the machine tool and their temperature dependence US by: enhancement of machine tool accuracy.
As a final test on the use of the devised compensation, several workpieces have been manufactured. The results show an enhancement of the practical achievable accuracy on a commercially available machine tool by a factor 2.
Finally, conclusions are drawn with respect to the achieved improvement in accuracy,Cited by: 4. The reliability is the probability that the system has operated over the interval O to t, whereas, availability refers to satisfactory operation at time t (ref.
2) Not much literature concerning reliability, availability, and maintainability of capital equipment, especiallyFile Size: KB. Learn how to improve equipment reliability and avoid downtime. There is one thing that food processing plants cannot afford: downtime as a result of equipment failure.
The loss of a single piece of equipment can halt production and lead to product loss, not to mention a loss of : Brandon France. Reliability Strategy and Plan • Equipment Asset Management – Machine tooling, screw conveyors, furnace refractories, pump impellers, etc.
10 19 Predictive Maintenance (PdM) • Also known as Condition- Based Maintenance. • Helps reduce cost and improve reliability:File Size: KB. Objectives Upon completion of this session you will ♦ Be able to define problems and apply a structured approach to problem. ♦ Identify work as a process with inputs and outputs.
♦ Know when and how to apply the basic tools of improvement to various problems and analyses ♦ Be able to make more informed decisions based on. The proposed 4 M approach takes into account all the most important aspects involved in the manual assembly: Method, Machine, Man and Material.
The final goal is to provide a means for the concurrent improvement of the product design, the workstation ergonomics, and the assembly by: 6. A machine tool is producing 90 pieces per working day (i.e.
8 hours). Considering that through the use of improved cutting tools, the output is increased to pieces, then the productivity of that machine will be increased by percent. Improved productivity of Men File Size: KB.
Driving reliability and improving maintenance outcomes with machine learning By Mike Brooks 18 August Companies can no longer rely solely on traditional maintenance practices. The objective of this book is to provide guidelines for engineers helping them to improve machine lifetime performance and reliability.
Many books are written about machine design. Most of these are focused on selection and computation of basic machine elements. From the manufacturers' point of view, it discusses various approaches for reliability and maintenance based design of machine tools. In specific, it discusses simultaneous selection of optimal reliability configuration and maintenance schedules, maintenance optimization under various maintenance scenarios and cost based by: 1.
The astute reliability professional views new equipment in terms of the cost of ownership, not simply the cost of purchase. Most important is the overall machine reliability, which includes repair costs but also equipment utilization (uptime), maintainability (PMs, inspections, etc.), safety and other factors.
Test new lubricant : Noria Corporation. The term equipment reliability and maintenance (ERM) encompasses not only equipment, such as machines, tools, and fixtures, but also the technical, operational, and management activities, ranging from equipment specifications to daily operation and maintenance, required to sustain the performance of manufacturing equipment throughout its useful life.
This chapter addresses all causes of diminished or. Equipment reliability needs to be seen as more than just a chance time span. It is about building great businesses that are world-class performers. High-reliability organizations expect equipment to last a long time and are unhappy when it does not.
Not only are they unhappy, but they take effective measures to learn and improve from the Size: KB. This totally revised, updated and expanded edition provides proven techniques and procedures that extend machinery life, reduce maintenance costs, and achieve optimum machinery reliability.
This essential text clearly describes the reliability improvement and failure avoidance steps practiced by best-of-class process plants in the U.S. and Europe.4/5(1). Process improvement plays a vital role in organizations. Lean Six Sigma is one means for creating a deployment that is to improve the business.
Through this effort there should be an upbeat task of determining, analyzing and enhancing an organization’s business processes to achieve optimization and new quality standards.
Process improvement efforts should entail a systematic approach Author: Forrest Breyfogle.The minimization of machine breakdowns and down time has been the main objective of maintenance but the strategies adopted by maintenance management to achieve this aim have undergone great changes in the past.
Maintenance has been considered just to repair the faulty equipment and put them back in order in minimum possible time.