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Modelling condition monitoring inspection using the delay-time concept.

Wang, Wenbin.

Modelling condition monitoring inspection using the delay-time concept.

by Wang, Wenbin.

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Published by University of Salford in Salford .
Written in English


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PhD thesis, Mathematics and Computer Science.

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Open LibraryOL20904466M

Delay Time Concept. The delay time concept is similar in definition to the well-known potential failure interval in reliability-centered maintenance (RCM), defining the failure process of an asset as a two-stage process, as shown in Figure first stage is the normal operating stage of an asset, from new to the point that a potential defect is identified. Delay time models of industrial inspection maintenance problems This paper reports on a study of modelling condition monitoring intervals. on the well-known delay time concept. The last.

inspection and check ups, and finally in deciding the purchase time of a machine. Note that in spite of best planned and condition monitoring measures failures are bound to occur but they can be reduced to a large extent. The essential of asset monitoring and condition based maintenance are to increase the reliability and. The delay-time concept has been widely applied to prevent failure of an item with a deteriorating failure mode by implementing a periodic inspection scheme. The inspection interval is usually optimized based on a cost rate model, and the optimal solution is sensitive to the cost parameters so that the cost model can be inappropriate for the situation where the cost parameters are hard to be.

Sensors, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, With the deployment of millions of solar panels along with the expectation for photovoltaic (PV) systems to operate for 25+ years with minimal maintenance, there is a growing need for more accurate and cost-effective condition monitoring, field inspection, and diagnostic sensors and methods for PV systems. Article presents an overview of some recent developments in the area of modelling of technical systems’ maintenance decisions with the use of delay-time concept. Thus, the literature overview from in the analysed research area is given.


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Modelling condition monitoring inspection using the delay-time concept by Wang, Wenbin. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Assuming the distribution of the delay time is known, models of condition monitoring inspection are fully discussed for both perfect and imperfect inspections, and for infinite and finite time horizons. Based upon the models for perfect inspection, algorithms are presented to find the optimal solution.

other types of inspection activities such as condition monitoring and preventive maintenance which will be introduced and discussed elsewhere in this book, for now we focus on the inspection practice outlined above using the delay time inspection modelling technique.

This. The delay time model is an inspection model which has been used extensively in many case studies of the development of recommended maintenance policies both for industrial plant and buildings. An introduction to the methodology is given, together with some recent modelling and Cited by: 2.

Delay Time Preventive Maintenance Maintenance Strategy Condition Monitoring Wang W, Baker RD, and Sharp J () Modeling maintenance practice of production plant using the delay time concept. IMA J Math Appl in Bus and Ind 6: 67–83 Delay Time Modeling for Optimized Inspection Intervals of Production Plant.

In: Ben-Daya M., Duffuaa S Cited by: 4. The chapter presents a literature review on delay-time modelling for single- and multi-unit (complex) systems. First, there are introduced the main definitions connected with this maintenance approach.

Later, there is presented the analysis of known maintenance models being developed in this research area. The maintenance models for single-unit systems assume two-stage or three-stage failure processes : Sylwia Werbińska-Wojciechowska. Cerone, P. (), “On a simplified delay-time model of reliability of equipment subject to inspection monitoring,” Journal of the Operational Research Society, 42, – Google Scholar Christer, A.

and Lee, S. (), “Modelling ship operational reliability over a. Condition-monitoring tasks may be applied to any equipment and machinery systems for which they are applicable. Both Appendix 7-A of the ABS Rules. It appears that the\ud concept is now being taken up by many other authors.\ud In this thesis, various models for condition monitoring inspection are\ud built on the basis of delay time analysis.

Extensions and further\ud developments are made here to enrich the delay-time modelling. Wang, W. "Modelling condition monitoring inspection using the delay-time concept", Ph,D. Thesis, Dept.

of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Sal- ford, ision Theory in Practice, [11]. In today's competitive climate the economies of production have become a critical factor for all manufacturing companies.

For this reason, achieving cost-effective plant maintenance is highly important. In this context monitoring plays a vital role. The purpose of this book is to inform readers about techniques currently available in the field of condition monitoring, and the methodology used 5/5(2).

Condition Based Monitoring (CBM) is a type of predictive maintenance that involves using sensors to measure the status of an asset over time while it is in operation. The data collected can be used to establish trends, predict failure, and calculate remaining life of an asset.

[1] With CBM, maintenance is only performed when the data shows that performance is decreasing or a failure is likely. We use the delay-time concept in this paper to model the effect of inspection, and adopt a similar idea in to model the effect of monitoring.

Depending on the relevant cost and model parameters, the numerical example shows the results as we expected for the two cases considered, i.e. inspection without and with monitoring. In this chapter we present a modelling tool that was created to model the problems of inspection maintenance and planned maintenance interventions, namely delay time modelling (DTM).

This concept provides a modelling framework readily applicable to a wide class of actual industrial maintenance problems of assets in general, and inspection.

Case 2: Electrical motor (mechanical condition)- A condition monitoring model was used to detect abnormal behaviour. Specialists were brought in to execute vibration analysis. Vibration analysis indicated abnormalities on the motor and it was replaced during planned maintenance (subsequent inspection confirmed degradation of the drive-end bearing).

The replacement could be either failure based or inspection based if the failure delay-time is identified at an inspection. The concept of age reduction is used to model the effect of RS and two inspection models are considered, e.g.

without and with condition monitoring. Ehsan Nazemi, Kamran Shahanaghi, " Developing an Inspection Optimization Model Based on the Delay-Time Concept ", Journal of Industrial Engineering, vol.

Article ID7 pages, Show citation. Condition Monitoring Using Computational Intelligence Methods promotes the various approaches gathered under the umbrella of computational intelligence to show how condition monitoring can be used to avoid equipment failures and lengthen its useful life, minimize downtime and reduce maintenance.

Researched a problem of both condition monitoring and inspection. • Defined two types of preventive replacements. • Utilized the delay time concept to model the failure process. • Formulated a decision problem of two decision variables simultaneously. Using the delay time concept and associated models, this paper presents a modelling study of optimising the preventive maintenance (PM) interval of a production plant within the context of a case.

The model developed is based upon the delay time concept where because of an absence of PM data, the process parameters and the delay time distribution were estimated from failure data only us. 1. Introduction. Delay time-based maintenance models have been developed and applied to numerous industrial situations over the past 15 years, see Baker and Christer, Christer and Christer et a recent extension of the theory to multi-component systems (Christer and Wang), it was established that the calculation of the expected number of failures over an inspection interval.

Purpose – This paper aims to address the effect of inspection intervals on cost function in condition‐based maintenance (CBM) and show how selecting an appropriate inspection scheme may reduce the cost associated to a CBM program. Design/methodology/approach – In CBM, replacement policy is often defined as a threshold for replacement or leaving an item in operation until next inspection.The concept of age reduction is used to model the effect of RS and two inspection models are considered, e.g.

without and with condition monitoring. A numerical example is shown to validate the.