Record nummer 1987678
Titel artikel Optimal Replacement and Inspection Policies
Bron The Wiley encyclopedia of operations research and management science
Auteur(s) Kallen, M.J.
Deel(Jaar)Nummer (2011)
Paginering 1 - 7
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Trefwoorden (cab) civiele techniek / apparatuur / controle / onderhoud van installaties / vervanging / kritische controlepunten / waarschijnlijkheidsmodellen / optimalisatiemethoden
Rubrieken Civiele techniek / Huishoudelijke apparaten
Publicatie type Hoofdstuk uit boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) This article covers the selection of policies for the timing of inspections or replacements, which are optimal according to some predefined criterion. The primary application of such policies is in problems of maintenance optimization. Mechanical devices, electrical components, and civil infrastructures are examples of items which generally need some form of maintenance. Inspections and replacements in various forms are actions that may be performed as part of a maintenance strategy. Optimal maintenance policies are obtained using mathematical models, which are almost always probabilistic in nature. Many models have been proposed for the purpose of optimizing maintenance actions. The next section lists three cost-based criteria that can be used to compare different maintenance policies. This is followed by a section with the mathematical details of the two most common models: age-based and condition-based replacements.
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