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  1. Mechanical Engineer - Repair and Maintenance - Production Technology Dep. - Mpande Limestone (Sinoma Cement)
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  2. Mechanical Inspector - MBEYA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED In Maintenance Department and Preventive/Method Section.
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  3. Mobile Equipment Engineer - Mimosa Mining Company - provide maintenance service for all underground TMMs
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  4. Technical Advisor- Experimental Fluid Dynamics Engineer at Cummins Inc.
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  5. My position is Principal Engineer, Mechanical (Thermal Plant) and my role is to provide technical support on rotating equipment mechanical issues to our thermal power plants.
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  6. Please reply Name Engineering college Location (City/ Country) Engineering Batch Engineering Company/ Dream company to work for Area of Interest Project undertaken Any other info you want to share
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  7. Write in one line, your role in organization.. the industry/department you are associated with ... For students we will have another post... this is to connect all working professionals
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  8. I am a mechanical engineer working as a Chief Engineer role in a Hotel & Hospitality Industry, Department of Engineering. USA Annapolis, Maryland. Thank you.
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  9. Environmental Specialist, MiSwaco Nig.(A Schlumberger coy)
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  10. Consulting Mechanical & Electrical Engineer, and International Arbitrator,
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  11. Manufacturing Engineer - Automated Machinery Systems - Introduce, monitor and improve all aspects of the manufacturing process
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  12. Engineering Manager, Manufacturing of Composite Rail Platforms
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  13. There are two possible root causes: 1) alignment and 2) sealing. Both result in binding. If all the surfaces are clean and smooth and all the seals are resilient, it's alignment; otherwise, it's the seals, which can arise from several problems, including: degradation of the seal material, debris from outside, or oil quality. Either way, disassembly is required. If the problem is alignment, you will probably have to replace the entire unit. If it's seals, you may be able to clean and replace the seals. Once disassembled, you should see physical evidence of alignment problems. If not, then it's
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  14. I used to teach a course at university on process optimization. There are several simple problems that can be solved using Excel. For example, it takes so long to produce X and a different time to produce Y and another time to switch over from one to the other. If you must produce a total of Z, what is the optimal approach? The Tom's cracker factory is less than a mile from my house. [Sadly, they have since closed )-;] They made cheese and also peanut butter crackers on the same machines and it takes a while to switch over. There is also a factory in town that makes plastic door mats and also
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  15. Name: Mutasim Alashay Engineering college: Khartoum Polytechnic, Automobile Technology. Location (City/ Country): Riyadh - KSA Engineering Batch: 1985 Engineering Company/ Dream company to work for: Any Caterpillar, or Volvo CE dealer Area of Interest: After sales services Project undertaken Any other info you want to share: I have more than 30 years’ work experience in the field of maintenance & sales. I have been a technical training instructor.I have good experience in parts inventories and planning to ensure smooth preventive maintenance and br
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  16. Fatigue is an increase in stress due to crack propagation - which leads to eventual failure. creep is stress relaxation, the material deforms plastically under stress that is less than the yield strength
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