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John from PA

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Bob Eisenmann, Sr. passed away on 02 July after a battle with cancer.  Many of you may have experienced his training and some may have purchased the book Machinery Malfunction Diagnosis and Correction Vibration Analysis and Troubleshooting for the Process Industries which he coauthored with his son.
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He came to Switzerland to offer us some training in 2016. I was just reading from his book last week. Sad News...
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Met him here in Melbourne back in November 2015 when sitting the Mobius ISO Cat 4 course.  Very nice man.  Sorry to hear of his passing.  I received a copy of his book free of charge as part of the course. Condolences to his family. rgds from Melbourne.
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Seen His son left a post on Linkedin regarding this earlier today.

I wasn't familiar with the man but I had been recommended his book. RIP
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Never met the man but he signed and authenticated my certification back in 2007. RIP.
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I have his excellent book. May he rest in peace.

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His passing is a great loss to our industry.

I was privileged to teach a number of Category IV courses alongside Bob, and he created the majority of the content related to journal bearings and rotor dynamics. He was a wealth of knowledge and experience that spanned many years. 

Fortunately, his book (and training in its various forms at Mobius and GE) will live on as a record of his life's work and achievement.

Jason
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I did my Cat IV training with him and swapped stories with him over dinner.  Very nice man indeed.  His book is a tremendous resource for those in the vibration monitoring field.  He will be missed.
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RIP, never meet him but i'm sure I got some of his knowledge through —Āourses.
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Sorry to lose this great contributor to our industry.
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This is very sad news indeed. 

The number of individuals in this industry with his high level of knowledge, experience and willingness to share is becoming more limited over time.

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A couple of years ago, someone putted on a link to download his very valuable book for free. I wrote an email to inform him.

he wrote me back "Hopefully, this will entice some people to attend my seminars (Parts 1 and 2), and I also hope that the book will continue to help folks solve machinery problems."


A very big loss.
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