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245 00 Surface mining machines :|bproblems of maintenance and 
       modernization /|cEugeniusz Rusiński, Jerzy Czmochowski, 
       Przemysław Moczko, Damian Pietrusiak. 
264  1 Cham, Switzerland :|bSpringer,|c2017. 
300    1 online resource 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    text file|bPDF|2rda 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Preface; Contents; Jerzy Czmochowski; Damian Pietrusiak; 1
       Introduction; 2 Main Problems Related to the Operation and
       Maintenance of Mega Machines; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The 
       Design of Surface Mining Machines; 2.2.1 Bucket-Wheel 
       Excavators; 2.2.2 Bucket-Chain Excavators; 2.2.3 
       Spreaders; 2.3 Main Mechanical and Structural 
       Subassemblies of Surface Mining Machines and the Problems 
       that Occur During Their Operation; 2.4 Main Phenomena 
       During the Operation of Surface Mining Machines; 2.5 
       Disadvantages of Traditional Methods of Dimensioning 
       Surface Mining Machines; References. 
505 8  3 Methods of Condition Assessment3.1 Experimental Methods;
       3.2 Analytical and Numerical Methods; 3.3 Preventive and 
       Predictive Approaches in Condition Assessment; 3.4 
       Combined, Comprehensive Experimental and Numerical 
       Condition Assessment Method; 3.4.1 Identification of 
       Loads; 3.4.2 Identification of State of Stress; 3.4.3 
       Methodology of Fatigue Calculations; 3.5 Examples; 3.5.1 
       Tests on the SRs 2000 Excavator; 3.5.2 Tests on the SchRs 
       4000 Excavator; 3.5.3 Tests on the KWK1500 Excavator; 
       References; 4 Failure Analysis; 4.1 Methods; 4.2 Examples;
       4.2.1 KWK 1400 Excavator Collapse. 
505 8  4.2.2 Failure and Repair of the SRs 2000 Excavator 
       Supports4.2.2.1 Repair Technology; 4.2.3 Fracture of a 
       Half Axle of Crawler Track Set in the ZGOT-11500.100 
       Stacker; 4.3 Summary; References; 5 Modernization of 
       Existing Machines; 5.1 Objectives of Modernizations-
       Increase in Lifetime of Machines and the Optimization of 
       Operational Parameters; 5.2 Modernizations-Examples of 
       Solutions; 5.2.1 Modernization of Buckets; 5.2.2 Load-
       Carrying Structure of the KWK jib; 5.2.3 Modeling and 
       Modification of Modal Characteristics of the KWK 1500.1 
       Excavator; 5.2.4 Modernization of Portals. 
505 8  5.2.5 New Solutions Introduced to Surface Mining 
       Machines5.3 Case Study; References; 6 Summary and 
       Conclusions; References; Index. 
520    This unique volume imparts practical information on the 
       operation, maintenance, and modernization of heavy 
       performance machines such as lignite mine machines, bucket
       wheel excavators, and spreaders. Problems of large scale 
       machines (mega machines) are highly specific and not well 
       recognized in the common mechanical engineering 
       environment. Prof. Rusiński and his co-authors identify 
       solutions that increase the durability of these machines 
       as well as discuss methods of failure analysis and 
       technical condition assessment procedures. "Surface Mining
       Machines: Problems in Maintenance and Modernization" 
       stands as a much-needed guidebook for engineers facing the
       particular challenges of heavy performance machines and 
       offers a distinct and interesting demonstration of scale-
       up issues for researchers and scientists from across the 
       fields of machine design and mechanical engineering. 
650  0 Mining machinery. 
650  0 Strip mining. 
655  0 Electronic book. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Rusiński, Eugeniusz,|eauthor. 
700 1  Czmochowski, Jerzy,|eauthor. 
700 1  Moczko, Przemysław,|eauthor. 
700 1  Pietrusiak, Damian,|eauthor. 
710 2  SpringerLink|eissuing body. 
776 08 |iPrinted edition:|z9783319477909 
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