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Introduction to Maintenance Engineering

Introduction to Maintenance Engineering

Introduction to Maintenance Engineering. Modelling, Optimization and Management ,Modern societies use a range of engineered objects for many different purposes. The objects are designed and built for specific functions. These include a variety of products (used by households, businesses, and government in their daily operations), plants, and facilities (used by businesses to deliver goods and services) and a range of infrastructures (networks such as rail, road, water, gas, electricity; dams, buildings, etc.) to ensure the smooth functioning of a society.

The reason why engineered objects (be they products, plants, or infrastructures) need maintenance is that every object is unreliable, in the sense that it degrades with age and/or usage and ultimately fails when it is no longer capable of discharging its function.

You can also Read Case Studies in Reliability & Maintenance

Introduction to Maintenance Engineering Contents

  1. An OverviewIntroduction to Maintenance Engineering
  2. Basics of Reliability Theory
  3. System Degradation and Failure
  4. Maintenance – Basic Concepts
  5. Life Cycle of Engineered Objects
  6. Technologies for Maintenance
  7. Maintainability and Availability
  8. Models and the Modeling Process
  9. Collection and Analysis of Maintenance Data
  10. Modeling First Failure
  11. The Modeling CM and PM Actions
  12. Modeling Subsequent Failures
  13. Optimal Maintenance
  14. Maintenance Optimization for Non‐Repairable Items
  15. Maintenance Optimization for Repairable Items
  16. Condition‐Based Maintenance
  17. Maintenance Management
  18. Maintenance Outsourcing and Leasing
  19. The Maintenance Planning, Scheduling, and Control
  20. Maintenance Logistics
  21. Maintenance Economics
  22. Computerized Maintenance Management Systems and e‐Maintenance
  23. Case Studies

Maintenance actions compensate for the inherent unreliability of an object and may be grouped broadly into two categories: (i) preventive maintenance (PM) to control the degradation process and (ii) corrective maintenance (CM) to restore a failed object to the operational state.

A maintenance engineer is a professional engineer with this background, and so is different from a maintenance technician, who is skilled in carrying out specified maintenance tasks. An understanding of the basic principles of management is also an important element of modern maintenance practice.

Furthermore, maintenance engineers/managers need advanced techniques for maintenance data analysis and also need to build models to assist in effective maintenance decision making.


Introduction to Maintenance Engineering

Introduction to Maintenance Engineering

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