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The antifriction bearing: Just a mechanical component or a system?

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Date: Jun 16 - 18, 2014
Location: Czech Republic
Presenter: Dr.-Ing. Bruno van den Heuvel – Senior Manager Diagnostics Services, Mines Engineering Centre, RWE Power AG, Frechen, Germany
Conference: AM2014 Asset Management Conference
Dr.-Ing. Bruno van den Heuvel

About the speaker:

Born 1952 in Germany, Dr. Bruno van den Heuvel is since 1990 Senior Manager Diagnostics and Services at the Mines Engineering Center of the RWE Power AG in Frechen. After his studies in mechanical engineering he started his career at Technical University in Aachen (RWTH) where he also received his PhD. Thereafter he was for many years Head of Department of Condition Monitoring, Dynamics and Vibration at MEC GmbH in Aachen. Dr. Bruno van den Heuvel is a senior expert in all aspects of machinery dynamics, measurement of mechanical quantities and condition monitoring, calculation and simulation of drive trains and materials testing. On top of that he is appointed lecturer at RWTH Aachen University, Faculty of Georesources and Materials Engineering as well as appointed lecturer at University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Maintenance and Maintenance Management. As an integral part of the RWE Group, RWE Power is one of the leading energy production and generation companies in Germany. The leading German electricity producer, RWE Power banks on a broad energy mix and to a large extent is able to draw on its own raw material base. This broad energy mix enables the Company to act flexibly and successfully and to sustainably manage the targets of climate protection, security of supply and profitability in an increasingly competitive setting. RWE Power pursues the aim of securing its competitive position in the German electricity market by retaining and renewing its generating capacity.

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