TITLE

Generic prognosis model for proactive maintenance decision support: application to pre-industrial e-maintenance test bed

AUTHOR(S)
Voisin, A.; Levrat, E.; Cocheteux, P.; Iung, B.
PUB. DATE
April 2010
SOURCE
Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing;Apr2010, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p177
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Proactivity in maintenance, which is mainly materialized by degradation-based anticipation, becomes essential to avoid failure situation with negative impact on product and/or system conditions. It leads to make emerging the E-maintenance philosophy to move from “fail and fix” maintenance practices to “predict and prevent” strategies. Within these new strategies, the anticipation action is fully supported by prognosis business process. Indeed it analyses the degradation impact on the component itself but also on the global performances of the production system in order to predict future failures of the system and investigate (future maintenance) actions. However, only few research works focuses on generic and scalable prognostic approach. Existing methods are generally restricted on component view and for solving the failure prediction issue. Consequently, the contribution presented in this paper aims at developing a global formalization of the generic prognosis business process. This generic process can be used after, from an instantiation procedure, to develop specific prognosis processes related to particular application such as shown in this paper with the case of E-maintenance platform developed within DYNAMITE Project.
ACCESSION #
48587090

 

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