Search for dissertations about: "Systemekonomi"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 9 swedish dissertations containing the word Systemekonomi.

  1. 1. Some problems on the selection of a condition based maintenance technique for mechanical systems

    Author : Basim Al-Najjar; Bo Bergman; Linköpings univeristet; []
    Keywords : Terotechnology; Systemekonomi;

    Abstract : In the first paper we focused mainly on establishing a sequential method for the selection of a maintenance technique for mechanical systems. The selection problem is studied for the components having considerable consequences and a non-negligible failure intensity. READ MORE

  2. 2. Condition-Based Maintenance: Selection and Improvement of a Cost-Effective Vibration-Based Maintenance Policy for Rolling element Bearings

    Author : Basim Al-Najjar; Sherwin David; Bo Bergman; Produktionsekonomi; []
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; vibration and acoustic engineering; vacuum technology; hydraulics; Mechanical engineering; a cost-effective vibration-based maintenance policy.; Integrated maintenance; Condition monitoring and control; Total Time on Test-plots; Vibration monitoring; effectiveness and accuracy; Failure causes and mechanisms; Maintenance quality; Maskinteknik; hydraulik; vakuumteknik; vibrationer; akustik; Commercial and industrial economics; Industriell ekonomi; Maintenance Technology; Failure analysis; Spectral analysis; Vibration-based maintenance policy; Maintenance cost-effectiveness; Selection of the most cost-effective maintenance strategy and policy; benchmarking; Total Quality Maintenance TQMain ; Cyclic improvement of maintenance experience; Terotechnology; Systemekonomi;

    Abstract : Modern machinery is expensive and therefore must run at high availability and effectiveness which cannot be achieved without an effective maintenance policy. Condition monitoring, (CM), techniques can be utilised to reduce or arrest the rate of deterioration of a component so increasing operating life. READ MORE

  3. 3. On the development of a new digitalised maintenance approach for factories of the future

    Author : Hatem Algabroun; Basim Al-Najjar; Anders Ingwald; Jayantha Liyanage; Linnéuniversitetet; []
    Keywords : ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; failure impact; digitalised maintenance; adaptive sampling; Terotechnology; Systemekonomi;

    Abstract : Over time, maintenance methods have developed following the dynamic manufacturers’ demands. Now, with the coming industrial revolution, new maintenance approaches have to be developed to fulfil the new demands of future industry, as well as to allow companies to benefit from technological advances. READ MORE

  4. 4. Supportability Engineering in Wind Power Systems - Who Cares? : Considering important stakeholders and their requirements

    Author : Renato Ciganovic; Per Anders Akersten; Marcus Bengtsson; Linnéuniversitetet; []
    Keywords : Supportability; Supportability Engineering; Stakeholders Requirements; Non-functional Requirements; Integrated Logistic Support; Asset Management; Maintenance Support; Logistic Support; Wind Energy; Wind Power; Accessibility; Maintainability; Serviceability; Supported System; Terotechnology; Systemekonomi;

    Abstract : Wind power is one of the fastest growing energy sources, which have advantages in terms of delivering clean, cheap and fast energy. Many actors and organizations have realized this potential, which has lead to exponential growth of the wind power over recent couple of years. READ MORE

  5. 5. Systems Dependability Engineering for Wind Power Applications : Challenges, Concepts, and System-Level Methodologies

    Author : Idriss El-Thalji; Anders Karlsson; Linnéuniversitetet; []
    Keywords : System Dependability; Systems Engineering; Terotechnology; Terotechnology; Systemekonomi;

    Abstract : Complexity and uncertainty have impacted wind power systems and their applications.Commercial wind power asset exhibits complex system behaviour due tostochastic loading characteristics of its installation context. However, differentstakeholders’ practices in whole life cycle processes try to treat multi-disciplinarycomplexity issues. READ MORE