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A thorough interactive education in mechanical components typically found in an industrial environment. Provides a solid foundational knowledge for operators and technicians alike.

A thorough interactive education in mechanical components typically found in an industrial environment. Provides a solid foundational knowledge for operators and technicians alike.

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  • The Mechanical Series consists of the subject areas required to succeed in industry operations andmaintenance from a technical perspective.Mechanical Series©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.comIndustrial HydraulicFundamentalsHydraulic Theory• Modern Hydraulic Applications• Pressure vs. Force• Pascal’s Law• Pressure and Force in Hydraulic Systems• Relationship Between Volume and Velocity ofFlowHydraulic Components I• Filters• Hydraulic System Piping• Seals• Hydraulic System PumpsHydraulic Components II• Function of a Reservoir• Accumulators• Control Valves• Function of a Relief Valve• Cylinders/ActuatorsHydraulic Systems• Basic Hydraulic Systems• Hydraulic Fluid Properties• Types of Hydraulic Fluids• Hydraulic Schematic Symbols• Hydraulic Circuit OperationIndustrial PneumaticFundamentalsPneumatic Theory I• Advantages of Fluid Power• Force and Pressure• Formulas for Force and Pressure• Differences Between Liquids and Gases• Fluid Flow in a Pneumatic SystemPneumatic Theory II• Physical Factors that Act Upon a Fluid• Advantages of Pneumatic Systems• Common Pneumatic Applications• Pneumatic Symbols on a SchematicPneumatic Components I• Pneumatic Syste• Pneumatic System Filters• Water-Removing Equipment• Compressed Air System LubricatingDevices• Pneumatic CylindersPneumatic Components II• Pneumatic Control Valves• Elements of Pneumatic Control Valves• Air Receivers• Pneumatic Motors•Pneumatic Systems• Basic Pneumatic Systems and Circuits• Pneumatic Schematic Symbols• Pneumatic Circuit OperationPrecision MeasurementInstrumentsPrecision Measuring Instruments• Precision Measuring Tools• Direct vs. Indirect Measurements• Accuracy• Precision Tools
  • Mechanical SeriesMicrometers• Parts of a Micrometer• Outside Micrometer• Inside Micrometer• Depth Micrometer• Micrometer MaintenanceVernier Calipers• Parts of a Vernier Caliper• Taking Inside Measurements with a VernierCaliper• Taking Outside Measurements with a VernierCaliper• Vernier Caliper MaintenanceDials and Indicators• Purpose of Dials and Indicators• Types of Dials and Indicators• Taking Measurements with a Dial or Indicator• Dial and Indicator MaintenanceGauges• Thickness Gauges• Snap Gauges• Snap Gauge Measurement Errors• Taper GaugesPumpsPump Design• Purpose of a Pump•• Common Pump TerminologyCentrifugal Pumps• Centrifugal Pump Operation• Centrifugal Pump Components• Centrifugal Pump Design Aspects• Centrifugal Pump LawsPositive Displacement Pumps• Positive Displacement Pump Operation• Reciprocating Pump Operation• Types of Reciprocating Pumps• Types of Rotary Pumps• Rotary Pump OperationSpecial-Purpose Pumps• Metering Pumps• Plunger Pumps• Diaphragm Pumps• Screw PumpsPump Maintenance• Common Pump Failures• Common Preventive MaintenanceProcedures• Common Predictive Maintenance TechniquesStatic and Dynamic SealingPacking• Purpose of Packing•• Lantern Rings• Throttle Bushing• Renewing Packing©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.com
  • Mechanical SeriesMechanical Seals• Purpose of Mechanical Seals• How a Mechanical Seal Operates• Mechanical Seal Components• Functionality of Mechanical Seal Components• Types of Mechanical Seals and SealArrangementsGaskets• Metal Gasket Surface Preparation• Cutting and Joining Scarf Joints• Gasket Installation ProcedureBolted Joints I• Fastener Torque• Stresses on a Fastener in a Bolted Joint• Types of Bolted Joints• Effects of Differential Loading on a Joint’sLeak Integrity• Effects of Vibration on a Bolted JointBolted Joints II• Preventing Bolts from Loosening• Bolted Joint Relaxation• Bolted Flanges• Face Flanges• Stud BoltsThreaded Fasteners• Screw Threads• Classes of Fit•• Threaded Fasteners• Fastener MaterialsTorque and Tension• Torque and Tension• Methods to Control Torque• Methods to Measure Torque• Applied Torque Calculations Using ExtensionsValve FundamentalsBasic Types and Operations I• Purpose of Valves• Valve Parts• Valve MountingBasic Types and Operations II• Gate Valves• Globe Valves• Needle ValvesBasic Types and Operations III•• Ball Valves• Plug Cock Valves• Check ValvesRelief and Safety Valves I• Purpose of Relief and Safety Valves• Safety and Relief Valve Terminology• Differences Between Safety and Relief ValvesRelief and Safety Valves II• Pilot-Actuated Relief Valves• Safety Relief Valves• Direct-Acting Relief ValvesActuators• Purpose of a Valve Actuator• Types of Actuators• Pneumatic Actuators• Electric Actuators©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.com
  • Mechanical Series• Hydraulic ActuatorsPiping and Tubing• Purpose of Piping and Tubing• Piping and Tubing Terminology• Schedule Numbers•• Piping SystemsPiping Materials and ManufacturingMethods• Piping Material Selection Criteria• Metal• Steel• Pipe Manufacturing Methods• Galvanizing ProcessPipe Insulation• Purpose of Insulation• Thermal Conductivity• Types of Piping Insulation• Personal Protective Equipment• Installation and Removal of InsulationPipe Hangers and Supports• Purpose of Pipe Hangers and Supports• Pipe Support Symbols• Pipe Clamps• Pipe Hanger Connecting Units andSupports• Pipe AnchorsCodes and Standards• Purpose of Codes and Standards• Purpose of Standardization• Difference Between Codes and StandardsLubrication ConceptsPrinciples of Lubrication I• Purpose of Lubrication• Sliding, Rolling, and Fluid Friction• Difference between Hydrodynamic,Hydrostatic, and Boundary Lubrication• Factors that Affect Lubrication• Viscosity in Lubricant SelectionPrinciples of Lubrication II• Overlubrication and Underlubrication• Types of Wear• Wear and Erosion Prevention• Oil SamplingBearing System Lubrication• Bearing Lubrication Methods• Drip-Fed Lubrication Methods• Splash-Fed Lubrication Methods• Force-Fed Lubrication Methods• Grease Lubricant ApplicationLubricant Properties• Types of Lubricants• Lubricating Oil Properties• Properties of Grease• Factors Used to Select Grease or Oil• Advantages of AdditivesMachinery Lubrication• Lubricant Selection• Effects of Improper Lubricants• Machinery Lubricants• Valid Oil Samples©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.com
  • Mechanical SeriesBearing MaintenanceBearing Fundamentals• Functions of Bearings• Categories of Bearings• Methods of Lubricating Bearings• Types of Bearing FailuresRolling Contact Bearings I• Rolling Contact Bearing Functions• Rolling Contact Bearing Parts• Types of Ball Bearings• Types of Roller Bearings• Bearing LubricationRolling Contact Bearings II• Rolling Contact Bearing Failures• Rolling Contact Bearing Installation• Rolling Contact Bearing RemovalSliding Surface Bearings I• Types of Sliding Surface Bearings• Purpose of Journal Bearings• Purpose of Thrust Bearings• Sliding Surface Bearing LubricationSliding Surface Bearings II• Types of Journal Bearings• Types of Thrust Bearings• Bearing FailureMechanical TransmissionSystemsGear Drives• Purpose of Gear Drives• Types of Gears• Gear Terminology• Parts of a Gearbox• Gear Drive ProblemsGearbox Maintenance• Gearbox Disassembly• Gearbox Reassembly• Shaft Endplay, Backlash and Tooth Contact,and Shaft Runout• Motor Actuators that Use Worm Gear SetsBelt Drives I• Purpose of Belt Drives• Belt Selection• Belt Drive Advantages and Disadvantages• Belt TensioningBelt Drives II• V-Belt’s Inter-Related Components• Types of V-Belts• Advantages of Poly V-BeltsBelt Drives III• Variable Speed Belt Lengths and Speed BeltSheaves• Basic Variable Speed Drives• Flat BeltsBelt Drives IV• Positive Drive Belts• Flat Belts• Linked V-Belts• Flat Belt FastenersBelt Drive Maintenance• Belt Alignment• Taper Lock Bushing Installation and Removal©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.com
  • Mechanical Series• Causes of Shortened Belt LifeChain Drives I• Roller Chain Construction• Multistrand Roller Chains• Roller Chain Dimensional Variables• Leaf Chain Applications• Hardened Sprocket UsesChain Drives II• Bushing/Sprocket Installation and Removal• Power Transmission Shaft Locations• Chain and Sprocket Inspection• Chain Drive Lubrication• Link Replacement MethodsRiggingBasic Rigging I• Purpose of Rigging• Simple and Compound Block andTackle• Chain Hoists, Jacks, and Winches• Slings• Rigging Safety PrecautionsBasic Rigging II• Derricks• Cranes• Standard Crane Operation Hand Signals• Estimating the Size and Weight of a Load• Rigging Equipment InspectionsAdvanced Rigging I• Heavy Lifting Rigging Equipment• Bridge Cranes• Boom Cranes• Bridge and Boom Crane InspectionAdvanced Rigging II• Lifting Capacity Charts• Load Balancing Techniques• Planning a Heavy Lifting Job• Performing a Heavy Lifting Job• Boom Crane InspectionShaft AlignmentTypes and Effects of ShaftMisalignment• Purpose of the Alignment Process• Types of Misalignment• Causes of Misalignment• Indications of Misalignment• Effects of MisalignmentAlignment Tools and Methods• Stages of the Alignment Process• Alignment Tools• Precision Alignment Methods• Prealignment ChecksSoft Foot and Bar Sag• Soft Foot• Effects of Soft Foot• Soft Foot Detection and Correction• Bar SagMoving the Machine• Acceptable Alignment Methods• How to Make Accurate Elevation Changes• Making Controlled Horizontal Moves©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.com
  • Mechanical SeriesRim and Face Alignment• Rim and Face Alignment Method• Angular Misalignment Measurement• Parallel Misalignment MeasurementCross and Reverse Dial Alignment• Cross and Reverse Dial Alignment Methods• Graph Use for the Cross and Reverse DialMethods• Cross and Reverse Dial to CalculateMisalignmentLaser Alignment• Laser Alignment Tools• Advantages of Laser Alignment Tools• Computer Interface with an Alignment Rig• Laser Alignment Tool SafetyWelding FundamentalsIntroduction to Welding• Purpose of Welding• Welding Terms• Types of Welded Joints• Filler Metal Selection• Welding SymbolsGeneral Welding Safety• Welding Hazards• Welding PPE• Additional Protective Equipment• Ventilation During Welding ProceduresShielded Metal Arc Welding• Shielded Metal Arc Welding• Advantages and Disadvantages of ShieldedMetal Arc Welding• Shielded Metal Arc Welding Equipment• Shielded Metal Arc Welding ProcessGas Tungsten Arc Welding• Gas Tungsten Arc Welding• Advantages and Disadvantages of GasTungsten Arc Welding• Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Equipment• Gas Tungsten Arc Welding ProcessGas Metal Arc Welding• Gas Metal Arc Welding• Advantages and Disadvantages of Gas MetalArc Welding• Gas Metal Arc Welding Equipment• Gas Metal Arc Welding ProcessOxyacetylene Welding and Cutting• Oxyacetylene Welding and Cutting• Advantages and Disadvantages ofOxyacetylene Welding and Cutting• Oxyacetylene Welding and CuttingEquipment• Oxyacetylene Welding and CuttingProcessBrazing• Purpose of Brazing• Uses and Advantages of Brazing• Brazing EquipmentWeld Joint Inspections• Quality Welded Joints• Types of Weld Failure• Weld Testing Methods©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.com