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Power Transmission Engineering E-mail Newsletter February 2016 Edition

New Blog Motor Matters with GEORGE HOLLING

With over 70 publications and 9 U.S. patents on sensorless and efficient motor controls and low-cost power circuits to his credit, Georg Holling (PI) is an in-demand consultant to many major U.S. and International corporations for motors and drives. At present he holds significant influence in two companies — as technical director of Electric Drivetrain Technologies (2011– present) Moab, UT and as CTO of Rocky Mountain Technologies (2001– present), Basin, MT. Holling is a graduate of the University of Aachen, earning his B.S. (1974), M.S. (1978) and Ph.D. degrees there, while picking up his MBA here at the University of Wisconsin. His career has spanned both the commercial and academic arenas, the latter including stops at (Dean, Computer Science & Engineering) Utah Valley University, 2001 – 2003; and (Adjunct Professor), Western Michigan University, 1997 – 2002. From the commercial side, apart from his current positions, Holling has served as Project Engineer and Product Line Manager, UNICO; Franksville, WI (1978-1981); Project Engineer, General Electric, Medical Products Division, Milwaukee, WI (1981-1983; Manager R&D, Pacific Scientific/Honeywell Motor Products, Rockford, IL (1983-1985); Vice President of Engineering, Regdon Solenoid, Brookfield, IL (1988-1990); President, Advanced Motor Controls, Sun Prairie, WI (1990 – 1999); and Vice President of Engineering, Cordin Company, Salt Lake City, UT (1999 – 2000). Holling has also spearheaded projects for the development of high-efficiency motors and drives up to 400 kW, and has successfully negotiated licensing agreements with U.S., Chinese, Japanese and Indian customers for the licensing of motor and drive technology.

Belts Vs. Couplings
Are there special criteria for using belts or couplings as power transmitters for rotary-type blowers?

Motor Decisions Do Indeed Matter--Big Time! - June 2008
CEE/NEMA repair-or-replace campaign saves energy, dollars and downtime.

Safety Elements for Mechanical Torque Limiters - June 2010
The world of high horsepower drives often calls for mechanical design to be approached from different perspectives.

Drive and Motor Basics - October 2013
A discussion of the basics in DC drives, DC motors, AC drives, AC motors and synchronous motors.

Bellows Couplings: Proper Selection for Optimal Performance - February 2009
For many years bellows couplings have been near the top of the list of flexible coupling choices for high-performance motion systems.

See more of our focus topics on our homepage at www.powertransmission.com

Become a Hydraulics Expert in 30 Minutes or Less

Hydraulics work requires the right materials. Our latest whitepaper teaches you to avoid system failure, discusses outside factors and teaches you to select the right material for fluid power applications. Get tips from our top engineers and become an expert when you download “10 Hydraulic Tips You Need to Know.”

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Complete Screw Jack Lifting Systems

Most screw jack lifting systems require multi-jack configurations with a variety of drive, connecting and safety components. Only the Zimm series from DieQua gives you all the options in a complete package with the most advanced design. Check out the benefits and get the application guide.

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Why Would You Use a Torque Limiter on a Servo?

Providing a competent explanation of the validity of mechanical overload protection in a world of electronics, the white paper includes a technical refresher on what actually happens in a machine crash, and explains how torque overload is often unrelated to instantaneous motor current.

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TUGear (TAIWAN UNITED GEAR) - Leading gear company in Taiwan

50 years in design and manufacturing. Latest facility (LIEBHERR, GLEASON-PFAUTER, REISHAUER, HOFLER, KLINGELNBERG) – high precision and low prices. TUGear has kept its promises to clients and established lasting relationships built on trust. In an increasingly competitive market, TUGear will prove to become your most reliable business partner.

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Regal Power Transmission Launches Torque-Amplification Analysis Program

Regal Power Transmission Solutions (PTS) has launched a torque-amplification measurement and analysis program for precisely measuring the true torque loads and vibration frequencies experienced by rolling mill drives, as part of a program to help mills process tougher alloys, increase output with thicker slabs or higher speeds, protect against cold-end slabs, or mitigate torsional vibration.

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GAM Introduces SPH Flange Planetary Gearbox

GAM, a manufacturer of high precision gear reducers, servo couplings, and linear mounting kits, introduces the SPH Flange planetary gearbox.

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Latest News

Here's the latest from the mechanical power transmission industry.

Timken Makes VP Appointments
The Timken Company has named Andreas Roellgen and Brian J. Ruel to the positions of vice president of sales. Ruel leads the company’s selling team across the Americas, and Roellgen will oversee the Timken sales organization for the rest of the world. Read more.

Baldor Electric's Becker Recognized for Excellence in Manufacturing
The Manufacturing Institute has announced they will present Chelsea Becker with the Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead Award at an April 21 reception in Washington, D.C. The STEP Ahead Awards honor women who have demonstrated excellence and leadership in their careers and represent all levels of the manufacturing industry. Read more.

McInnes Rolled Rings Completes Heat Treat Expansion
McInnes Rolled Rings has completed an $8 million, 25,000-square-foot expansion to its current manufacturing facility. The addition expands its present heat treat size capabilities by providing the ability to quench and temper forgings up to 144 inches in diameter.Read more.

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