Course 8

When

 

Monday July 16, 2018 at 8:00 AM CDT

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Friday July 20, 2018 at 12:00 PM CDT
  

 

Where

 

  University of Tennessee, Knoxville Campus
  The Learning Lab, Estabrook Building
  Knoxville, TN  

 

***Food/Drinks provided during breaks and lunch each day of training...

 
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Nearby Hotels

 

   Hilton Knoxville                                                 501 West Church Ave.                                     Knoxville, TN 37902                                         Hotel Registration Information

 

  Crowne Plaza Hotel Knoxville

  401 West Summit HIll Drive

  Knoxville, TN 37902                                          Hotel Registration Information

 

  Holiday Inn Knoxville Downtown

  Worlds Fair Park

  Knoxville, TN 37902                            

  Hotel Registration Information

 

Other Hotels Available:

  Clarion Inn Knoxville

  Red Rood Inn Knoxville

  Four Points Knoxville

  Holiday Inn Express

  Days Inn Knoxville North

  Knoxville Marriott

 

Contact

University of Tennessee

Kim Kallstrom

kkallstr@utk.edu

Reliability Solutions

Terry Southall

terrysouthall@reliabilitysolutions.net

 

What can you expect to learn in Essential Asset Care, Operation, and Troubleshooting? 
Preface:
 

Upon successful completion of this seminar, candidates will be ready to identify and correct common fluid power problems including, the effects of poor fluid conditioning, pump and actuator assembly errors, cavitation and

aeration, incorrect control adjustments, excessive

temperature, fluid conductor leaks, and provide a

“performance” report that states “as found” and

“as left” conditions with the use of dynamic

measurement tools to extend asset reliability.

 
Objectives:
Candidates will have a higher knowledge of fluid
power bearing, seal, and lubrication failures and
the degradation of machine life within fluid systems.
Attendees will be able to clearly communicate the
“why it failed” and “how to improve” fluid system knowledge to improve asset performance. Participants will have a detailed understanding of the principles of operation, common failure modes, monitoring strategies and failure prevention strategies. Candidates will be able to apply this knowledge as part of an equipment care strategy review based on, asset operating context and available technologies. This work allows for further development of and the validation of initially developed ASD strategies as part of the continual improvement process and suggest improvements to monitoring strategies.

Subjects (included but not limited to):

 

  • Fluid Power (hydraulics and Pneumatics)
    • Major Components

      • Design

    • Principles of Operation

      • Safety with hydraulics

    • Unique Failure modes

    • Precision Maintenance Application

    • Troubleshooting Guides

    • Applicable PdM

    • PdM route Building

  • Gearboxes

    • Types

      • Spur

      • Helical

      • Worm

    • Principles of Operation

    • Unique Failure modes

    • Precision Maintenance Application

    • Troubleshooting Guides

    • Applicable PdM

    • PdM route Building​

  • Power transmission

    • Types

      • Belts

      • Couplings

    • Principles of Operation

    • Unique Failure modes

    • Troubleshooting Guides

    • Applicable PdM

    • PdM route Building

  • Compressors

    • Types

      • PD

      • Centrifugal

    • Principles of Operation

    • Unique Failure modes

    • Precision Maintenance Application

    • Troubleshooting Guides

    • Applicable PdM

    • PdM route Building

    • Applicable PdM

    • PdM route Building

 

Target Participants:

ERMS  has been carefully designed for anyone who has a role in reliability including Production and Maintenance leaders, supervisors, engineers, and lead hands. Reliability leaders, managers and engineers. 

 

Prerequisite:

 

ERMS Bootcamp and Course 2 

 

Duration:

 

4 1/2 days of formal training