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Power Transmission Technology Training Course (MP-10008)

Course Length: 24 hours

Purpose: This course provides comprehensive discussion of the applications of Power Transmission Technology (MP-10008) as it applies to the power transmission equipment.

Hands-on training is accomplished through the use of power transmission equipment components and laboratory exercises. This allows the students to examine power transmission equipment before and after they have failed and reinforce concepts presented in class through hands on application.

This course is taught by highly qualified instructors who are experts in this field. The course covers the operation, installation, maintenance, and repair of the various types of power transmission equipment. This course is recommended for personnel involved in the maintenance, repair, and testing of power transmission equipment.

Objectives: Upon completion of this course and with the use of the training manual, students will be able to:

  • Use Power Transmission Fundamentals
  • Explain the purpose and describe how to install, maintain, and troubleshoot mechanical problems for various types of power transmission equipment including:
    • Shafts and shaft connections
    • Belt drives
    • Chain drives
    • Speed reducer/gear motors & open gears
    • Motor drives
    • Start/stop devices

Table of Contents

  1. INTRODUCTION
    Participant Materials
    Objectives
    Introduction
    Power Transmission Technology
    Industrial Safety
    Accidents
    Near-Accident
    Accident Prevention
    The People Factor
    Lessons Learned
    Stored Energy System Safety
    Locking Out
    Restoring System Integrity
    Summary
  2. POWER TRANSMISSION PRINCIPLES
    Objectives
    Introduction
    Basic Terms and Relationships
    Geometric Fundamentals
    Force
    Friction
    Work
    Torque
    Power
    Shaft and Coupling Terms and Relationships
    V-belts Terms and Relationships
    Gear Key Terms and Relationships
    Appendix A: Common Conversion Factors
    Energy
    Force
    Length
    Torque or Moments of Force
    Power
    Temperature
    Volume
    Work
    Appendix B: Useful Equations
  3. SHAFTS AND SHAFT CONNECTIONS
    Objectives
    Introduction
    Purpose
    Shaft and Coupling Terms and Relationships
    Coupling Mounting Methods
    Rigid Couplings
    Flexible Coupling
    Universal Joint (U-Joint) Couplings
    Alignment
    Alignment Basics
    Stages of Alignment
    Alignment Methods
    Maintenance
    Thermal Movement
    Moving the Machine
    Coupling Maintenance
    Troubleshooting
    Bolt Binding
    Coupling Failure Analysis
    Summary
    Couplings
    Soft Foot
    Alignment
    Maintenance
    Troubleshooting
  4. BELT DRIVES
    Objectives
    Introduction
    Purpose
    Belt Selection Considerations
    Belt Drive Advantages
    Belt Drive Disadvantages
    V-belts Terms and Relationships
    V-Belt Characteristics
    Flat Belts Characteristics
    Poly-V Belt Characteristics
    Wedge Belts Characteristics 
    Installation/Alignment
    Installation
    Alignment
    Maintenance
    Belt Drive Principles
    Troubleshooting
    Excessive Belt Wear
    Abnormal Noise
    Summary
  5. CHAIN DRIVES
    Objectives
    Purpose
    Chain Functions
    Chain Drive Characteristics
    Roller Chain Sprockets
    Installation/Alignment
    Installation
    Alignment
    Maintenance
    Chain And Sprocket Inspection
    Troubleshooting
    Chain Runs Off Sprocket
    Excessive Noise or Vibration
    Summary
  6. SPEED REDUCERS/GEAR MOTORS & OPEN GEARS
    Objectives
    Introduction
    Purpose
    Gear Key Terms and Relationships
    Gear Characteristics
    Installation/Alignment
    Installation
    Alignment
    Maintenance
    Proper Gear Lubrication
    Troubleshooting
    Summary
  7. MOTORS AND DRIVES (PRIME MOVERS)
    Objectives
    Introduction
    Purpose
    Motor Characteristics
    Variable Speed Drives
    Installation/Alignment
    Maintenance
    Troubleshooting
    Summary
  8. BRAKES AND CLUTCHES (START/STOP DEVICES)
    Objectives
    Introduction
    Purpose
    Clutch and Brake Classifications
    Clutch Engagement Methods
    Clutching Methods (Torque Transfer Methods)
    Brake Engagement Methods
    Installation/Alignment
    Clutches and Brakes
    Maintenance
    Clutch/Brake Plate and Disc Maintenance
    Troubleshooting
    Clutch or Brake Fails to Engage
    Summary



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