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For undergraduate courses in Industrial Technology, Industrial Mechanics, and Basic Industrial Mechanics.An exceptionally readable training resource designed in a flexible "stand-alone" chapter format, this modern text gives future industrial technicians a solid foundation in basic theory coupled with a practical "hands-on" approach that includes exposure to real-life equipment used in the industry today. Using a direct and straightforward style of writing that has won praise from students and instructors alike, it focuses on the needs of industrial mechanics, technicians and engineers working with industrial mechanical and power transmission products, and integrates safety and troubleshooting components within each chapter to encourage diagnostic skill-building.
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An ideal training resource, this modern guide provides users with a solid foundation in the basic principles of industrial mechanics combined with a practical "hands-on" approach that includes exposure to real-life equipment used in the industry today. Well-illustrated and written in a direct and easy-to-follow manner, it focuses on the needs of industrial mechanics, technicians, and engineers working with industrial mechanical and power transmission products, and integrates safety and troubleshooting components within each chapter to encourage diagnostic skill-building. Ties fundamental theories of physics to physical applications and real world mechanics, and provides historical background for most major chapter topics. Supports detailed discussions on specific real-world industrial components with many quality illustrations, and offers thorough coverage of the installation, repair, and troubleshooting of major industrial components. For those working in industrial technology and industrial mechanics who want to enrich and expand their knowledge of the types of mechanical equipment used in the industry.About the Author:
Larry Chastain is the program director for Industrial Systems Technology at Athens Technical College in Athens, Georgia. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering Technology from Southern Polytechnic University and a Master’s in Education from Georgia State University.
Prof. Chastain has fourteen years experience working in industry engineering and troubleshooting electrical and mechanical systems. He has been teaching in technical education for 22 years. He has worked as a consultant for several major companies such as Cooper Tires, E.I. DuPont, Georgia Pacific, and Michelin.
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Book Description Prentice Hall College Div, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0135069815
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STR-0135069815