Plant Maintenance Management Set

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Elsevier, Jun 7, 2006 - Business & Economics - 768 pages
Plant asset management is a holistic approach to managing maintenance. Practical, accessible and business centred, these books provide a complete guide to understanding, planning, organising and managing maintenance. Together they cover the needs of any organisation with assets to maintain and manage. World-renowned expert Tony Kelly identifies real-world business aims and delivers a complete methodology for developing maintenance objectives, formulating a maintenance strategy, and designing and implementing maintenance systems that deliver. With full coverage of key techniques including TPM, RCM and CMMP, this is the complete maintenance management resource.

* The most comprehensive guide to all aspects of managing and executing maintenance
* World-renowned author with stand-out ability to cover this huge subject comprehensively and rigorously
* Fully developed for professionals and students, with both theory and practice and cases form ranging from the process industries to customer services systems
 

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Contents

Maintenance objectives and task selection
51
The topdown bottomup approach
161
Controlling plant reliability
193
Exercises
205
Case studies
215
Maintenance terminology
267
Insitu repair techniques
269
Introductory failure statistics
275
Index
281
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Dr Anthony Kelly is a lecturer at the University of Southampton Research & Graduate School of Education where he teaches game theory and decision making to managers and students.

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