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Unique Methods for Analyzing Failures and Catastrophic Events: A Practical Guide for Engineers

Anthony Sofronas, 1119748259, 9781119748250, 978-1119748250

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English | 2022 | PDF

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A practical and accessible approach to machinery troubleshooting

Unique  Methods for Analyzing Failures and Catastrophic Events is designed to  assist practicing engineers address design and fabrication problems in  manufacturing equipment to support safe process operation. Throughout  the book, a wealth of real-world case studies and easy-to-understand  illustrated examples demonstrate how to use simplified failure analysis  methods to produce insights for a wide range of engineering problems.

Dr.  Anthony Sofronas draws from his five decades of industry experience to  help engineers better understand the science behind a particular  problem, evaluate the failure analysis of an outside consultant, and  recommend the best path forward to management. The author distills  sophisticated engineering analysis approaches into compact,  user-friendly methodologies that can be easily applied to the readers’  own situations to avoid costly failures. Each chapter includes a  thorough summary of the topic, relatable technical examples, and a  concluding section with key takeaways and expert tips and advice. This  invaluable guide:
Helps readers make better decisions while solving  complex engineering problemsProvides numerous illustrated examples from  engineering and science that can be used to develop real-world  solutionsFeatures detailed descriptions of both basic and advanced  engineering analysis techniquesCovers essential technical subjects that  facilitate safe facility design and effective troubleshooting
Unique  Methods for Analyzing Failures and Catastrophic Events: An Illustrated  Guide for Engineers is a must-have for chemical, petroleum, and  mechanical engineers, reliability managers and technicians, design  contractors, and maintenance workers working in process industries.