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    • Couplings and Alignment 

      Haught, Jeff; Rackham, Chris; O'Neil, Mark; Davidson, Thomas; Johnson, Michael; LeBlanc, Matt (Turbomachinery Laboratory, Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, 2017)
    • Couplings and Alignment 

      Haught, Jeff; O'Neil, Mark; Davidson, Thomas; Johnson, Michael; LeBlanc, Matt (Turbomachinery Laboratory, Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, 2018)
      Coupling guard design Shaft alignment and tolerances Balancing methods Coupling selection and specifications Shaft alignment methods Thermal growth considerations Application of optical alignment Hub/shaft fits and ...
    • Discussion Group P2/T2: Couplings and Alignment 

      Davidson, Thomas; Roehm, Terry; Bruck, Morgan M.; Rackham, Chris; O'Neil, Mark (Texas A&M University. Turbomachinery Laboratories, 2014)
    • Discussion Group P4 (Jointly with T8) On Couplings and Alignment 

      Davidson, Thomas; Roehm, Terry; Stokes, John; Johnson, Michael W.; O'Neil, Mark; Stevens, Todd (Texas A&M University. Turbomachinery Laboratories, 2011)
    • Discussion Group T2/P2 Couplings and Alignment 

      Davidson, Thomas; Roehm, Terry; Bruck, Morgan M.; Rackham, Chris; O'Neil, Mark; Johnson, Michael W. (Texas A&M University. Turbomachinery Laboratories, 2013)
    • High Performance Coupling and Rotating Machines 

      Pennington, Steven; O'Neil, Mark; Sakers, Chuck; Vollmer, Ray (Turbomachinery Laboratory, Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, 2018)
      This course covers the design and application of high performance couplings and rotating machines. Initially the Turbomachinery driver and driven machines are analyzed together with their characteristics and how they affect ...
    • PT02 - Couplings and Alignment 

      Haught, Jeff; Oneil, Mark; Davidson, Thomas; Johnson, Michael; LeBlanc, Michael; O'Neil, Mark (Turbomachinery LaboratoryTexas A&M Engineering Experiment StationTexas A & M University. Libraries, [2019])
      Coupling guard design Shaft alignment and tolerances Balancing methods Coupling selection and specifications Shaft alignment methods Thermal growth considerations Application of optical alignment Hub/shaft fits and ...