About this series
The book series Applied Condition Monitoring publishes the latest research and developments in the field of condition monitoring, with a special focus on industrial applications. It covers both theoretical and experimental approaches, as well as a range of monitoring conditioning techniques and new trends and challenges in the field. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: vibration measurement and analysis; infrared thermography; oil analysis and tribology; acoustic emissions and ultrasonics; and motor current analysis. Books published in the series deal with root cause analysis, failure and degradation scenarios, proactive and predictive techniques, and many other aspects related to condition monitoring. Applications concern different industrial sectors: automotive engineering, power engineering, civil engineering, geoengineering, bioengineering, etc. The series publishes monographs, edited books, and selected conference proceedings, as well as textbooks for advanced students.
** Indexing: Indexed by SCOPUS and Springerlink. The books of the series are submitted for indexing to Web of Science.