A condition-based maintenance policy with non-periodic inspections for a two-unit series system

Abstract : This paper considers a condition-based maintenance policy for a two-unit deteriorating system. Each unit is subject to gradual deterioration and is monitored by sequential non-periodic inspections. It can be maintained by good as new preventive or corrective replacements. Every inspection or replacement entails a set-up cost and a component-specific unit cost but if actions on the two components are combined, the set-up cost is charged only once. A parametric maintenance decision framework is proposed to coordinate inspection/replacement of the two components and minimize the long-run maintenance cost of the system. A stochastic model is developed on the basis of the semi-regenerative properties of the maintained system state and the associated cost model is used to assess and optimize the performance of the maintenance model. Numerical experiments emphasize the interest of a control of the operation groupings.
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Bruno Castanier, Antoine Grall, Christophe Bérenguer. A condition-based maintenance policy with non-periodic inspections for a two-unit series system. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 2005, 87 (1), pp.109-120. ⟨10.1016/j.ress.2004.04.013⟩. ⟨hal-02284119⟩

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