Recent Advances in Maintenance and Infrastructure Management

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Roberto Davide Cigolini, Abhijit V. Deshmukh, Lorenzo Fedele, Sara Ann McComb
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 18, 2009 - Technology & Engineering - 290 pages
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Recent Advances in Maintenance and Infrastructure Management is a collection of papers highlighting the state of the art in maintenance of large structures and management of infrastructures. The papers selected in this book are written by international experts from academia and industry, and were presented during the past three International Conference on Maintenance Management (MM Conferences) held from 2005 to 2007. The selected papers are categorized into four thematic areas: 1. reliability and maintenance; 2. mathematical modeling and metrics for maintenance; 3. maintenance management and organization, and; 4. facilities management and contracting. The papers cover topics ranging from embedded sensors for diagnostics of structures to organizational issues related to effective maintenance planning.

Recent Advances in Maintenance and Infrastructure Management provides readers with a snapshot of the latest developments in the tools and techniques used to conduct predictive maintenance of complex infrastructures and systems. The book will be of interest to researchers and practitioners in academia and industry involved in planning and deployment of maintenance operations. Additionally, this can serve as a reference text for advanced courses in operations management, and structural health monitoring.

 

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Contents

346 Conclusion
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a Case Study
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352 Problem Statement
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354 Modelling Approach
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355 Application
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356 Result and Conclusions
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References
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Maintenance Management and Organization
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25 Selection of Scientific Research Relative to Technologies for Reliability and Maintenance
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References
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26 On the Reliability of Mechanical Systems under Variable Constraints
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262 Theory of the Accelerated Tests
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263 Coxs Proportional Hazards Model
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264 Reliability Models for Complex Systems
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265 Synthesis of the Reliability Law according to Solicitations
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Reliabilitix
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267 Applications
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268 Conclusion
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27 Proposal for a Methodology for the Development of Predictive Maintenance Decision Support Systems Based on Artificial Intelligence
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272 PROMISE
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273 Predictive Maintenance Application
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274 Aim of the Work
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275 Proposal for a Methodology
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276 Application of the Methodology
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277 Conclusion
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Acknowledgements
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28 Inferencing in Large Scale Sensor Networks
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282 Sectioned Bayesian Networks
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283 Energy Efficient Sensing
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284 Optimal Sectioning Strategy
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285 Numerical Example
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286 Conclusion
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References
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29 Optimizing Maintenance Processes with RFID
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292 Drivers Behind the Adoption ofRF Systems in Maintenance
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293 Basic Principles ofRF Systems
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294 Variants ofRFID Use in Maintenance
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Mobile Work Order Management with RFID
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296 RFID Pilot Project in Maintenance in Germany
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297 Benefits of RFID in Maintenance
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298 Current Development
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References
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210 Structural Reliability Assessment in Maintenance Management Systems
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2102 Reliability of Reinforced Concrete Bridges in EVAS
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2103 Time Variant Reliability
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2104 The Belvedere Bridge
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2105 Conclusion
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Acknowledgements
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Modeling and Metrics
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32 Maintenance Resources Modeling and Optimization Analytic Aspects and Monte Carlo Applications
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321 The Transport Problem
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322 The Optimization Problem
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323 Optimization Theory
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324 Combining the Spares and Maintenance Optimization
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326 Conclusion
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References
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33 Modelling and Simulation of Complex Maintenance Strategies for MultiComponent Systems
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332 Overall Model Presentation
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333 Three Models to Describe the System Behaviour
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334 Interactions Between the Different Models
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a Petri Nets Modelling to Compare Various Maintenance Programs
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336 Conclusion
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References
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34 A RiskBased Maintenance Planning Methodology
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342 Literature Review
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343 Problem Statement
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344 The Proposed Methodology
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345 Application Example
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References
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42 TPM Application to a Company of Automotive Components
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422 The TPM
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423 Process of Moulding by Injection
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424 Application of the TPMto the PTA07 Injection Moulding Machine
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425 Planning and Organization of Maintenance Process
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426 Conclusion
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References
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a Case Study for Machine Tools
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432 Description of the System
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433 Conclusion and Further Development
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Acknowledgments
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the Measure of Success Development of a Control and Evaluation System for Building Maintenance Services
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442 How to Manage Quality Controls in Maintenance Actions Applied to Real Estate
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443 The Control System Proposed as Tool for Measuring the Results of Maintenance Services
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444 General Criteria for the Control System
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445 Conclusion
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References
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Cost Optimization for an Units Serial System with a Simulation Approach
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452 Characteristics of the Model
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453 Model Costs
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454 The Simulation
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455 Optimization
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456 Conclusion
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Facility Management Outsourcing and Contracting Overview
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51 Facility Management Outsourcing and Contracting Framework
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52 Overview of Papers in the Field of Facility Management Outsourcing and Contracting
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References
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53 The Challenges Possibilities and Limits of Existing and Future European Standards in the Area of Facility Management
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532 Standards and Standardization
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533 Facility Management in General
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535 Quantitative Indicators
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536 CENTC 348 Facility Management
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537 New Work Items
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538 Lessons
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5310 Conclusion
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54 Dutch Standard For Condition Assessment of Buildings
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542 Standardization
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543 Condition Assessment Process
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544 Maintenance Planning
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545 Condition Aggregation
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546 Limitations
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547 Conclusion
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References
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55 Managing Maintenance Contracts to Control Facility Management Services Within a PFI Project
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552 Public and Private Partnership Types PPP
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the UK Model
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556 The Model
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557 The Puzzle Piece
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558 Flexibility
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559 Conclusion
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56 The Design of Effective Maintenance Outsourcing Contracts
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562 Maintenance Policies and Costs
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563 Coordination and Global Service Contracts
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564 Performance Measures
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565 The Model
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566 Global Service Contracts with Preventive Maintenance Policies
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567 Numerical Application
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568 Conclusion
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