condition-based maintenance


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condition-based maintenance

The condition monitoring of a building, used to predict failure of an item or element in the building and then take appropriate action to avoid such failure.
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AVT was called in by Dairy Crest to undertake a standards-based review in 2011, with the aim of identifying areas that could be improved by the implementation of a condition-based maintenance programme.
8220;Predictive analytics solutions provide plant personnel with the insights to achieve those goals through extending equipment maintenance intervals, reducing unnecessary maintenance expenditures and supplementing the plant's condition-based maintenance efforts.
Hums is a condition-based maintenance system that monitors the health and usage of an aircraft's drive train to addresses any maintenance and safety problems.
Example IVHM system implementations illustrate how business cases were compiled for an army helicopter condition-based maintenance plan, Gulfstream's health and trend monitoring system, and the management of wind turbines.
Condition-based maintenance can limit preventive work to times when declines in turbine performance hit certain parameters.
The system factors in the extent of deviation or degradation of a system's components from expected normal operating conditions, and then devises a condition-based maintenance response prior to actual component failure.
Another analysis program under the SDC program that enhances Army combat power is the AMSAA condition-based maintenance (CBM) program.
The intuitive operator interface also makes the B-CDU suitable for logistics support, condition-based maintenance (CBM) and embedded training.
Introducing the concept of condition-based maintenance is not possible without choosing the optimal model of aircraft maintenance in the conditions of small countries.
The EMU collects engine operational data that plays a vital role in condition-based maintenance (CBM), the Army's new maintenance system for depots.
The third technology gap, sensors that measure the performance of aircraft components and subsystems, is central to the Army's efforts to switch all aircraft from time-based to condition-based maintenance schedules.
For that reason, companies are relying on efficient Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS), modern maintenance strategies like condition-based maintenance and co-operations with maintenance service providers (Moore et al.