Robert Errichello from Geartech will present "How to Organize and Manage a Failure Investigation," at Gear Expo 2011 in Cincinnati (November 1-3). Attendees will learn techniques for organizing and managing a failure investigation, including identifying the failure mode and the root cause and recommending repairs or improvements. Errichello is considered one of the foremost experts in machine design, fracture mechanics, vibration and material science and helped introduce the world's first gearing standard for wind turbines, among many other achievements. For 20 years, Errichello has taught one of AGMA's most popular courses - the Gear Failure Analysis seminar. During his long career, Errichello's clients have included many major corporations around the world. In fact, over 40 wind turbine companies have turned to Errichello for his gearing expertise. In addition to the Failure Investigation session, Gear Expo offers an affordable, respected, gear-specific curriculum to keep you fresh and up to date in the current competitive landscape. Program topics include: AGMA's Fall Technical Meeting, Training School for Gear Manufacturing, Why Bearings Fail, Materials Selection and Heat Treatment of Gears, Fundamentals of Gear-Health Monitoring and ASM Heat Treating Society sessions.