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Basic Concepts and Design Applications
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Maurice L. Adams, Jr. is founder and past president of Machinery Vibration Inc. (www.mvibe.com), and is professor emeritus of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Case Western Reserve University. The author of over 100 publications and the holder of U.S. patents, he is a life member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Professor Adams received the BSME degree (1963) from Lehigh University, the MEngSc degree (1970) from the Pennsylvania State University, and the PhD degree (1977) in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Adams worked on rotating machinery engineering for 14 years in industry prior to becoming a professor in 1977. Since then he has been retained as a rotating machinery consultant by several machinery manufacturers and users in the U.S and abroad, including GE Aircraft Engine Group, InVision Technologies, ABB Corporate Research, Rolls-Royce Power Systems, ABB Large Rotating Apparatus, United Technologies Carrier Group, Electric Power Research Institute, Eaton Corporation Manufacturing Technologies Center, Reliance Electric Motors Group, Franklin Institute Research Laboratories, Caterpillar Engine Division, Several Electric Power Plants/U.S. and abroad, Brown-Boveri Large Steam Turbines, Battelle Research, Sulzer Company Pump Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratories, TRW Aerospace Systems, and John Deere Tractor Group. Dr. Adams has authored one other CRC Press Taylor & Francis book, Rotating Machinery Vibration (2010). He has been the M.S. thesis and PhD dissertation advisor to over thirty graduate students, three of whom are now endowed-chair professors. He was the recipient in 2013 of the Vibration Institute's Jack Frarey Medal for his contributions to the field of Rotor Dynamics.
Section I: Bearing Basic Technology 1. Sliding Bearings and Lubrication Mechanics 2. Rolling Element-Bearing Mechanics 3. Magnetic Bearings 4. Synovial-Fluid Joints-The Body's Bearings 5. Bearing Monitoring and Diagnostics Section II: Bearing Design and Application 6. Bearings without Thick-Fluid-Film Lubrication 7. Hydrodynamic Journal and Thrust Bearings 8. Hydrostatic Bearings 9. Rolling Element Bearings 10. Vibration Characteristics of Bearings Section III: Troubleshooting Case Studies 11. Turbine-Generator Destruction 12. Tilting-Pad Journal-Bearing Pad Flutter 13. Earthquake-Induced-Bearing Damage 14. Refrigerator Compressor Wrist-Pin Bearing 15. Vertical Rotor Random-Bearing Loads 16. Steam Turbine Tilting-Pad-Bearing Retrofit 17. Ineffective Journal-Bearing Pinch 18. Nuclear Plant Pump Rubber Bearings