KARADŽIĆ, Radoje; PETKOVIĆ, Darko; ŠABIĆ, Muharem
May 2013
Metalurgia International;May2013, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p163
Academic Journal
In this work is developed concept of aircrafts systems maintenance, by the means of improved maintenance concept which will create decreasing number of failures in aging period of those technical systems with decreased out of service time and reduction of maintenance cost. A comprehensive view of aircraft operation monitoring is presented which will be compatible with already built-in systems for permanent operation monitoring of crucial systems. From the data collecting phase to the operating parameters analysis which will improve identification of any deviation from nominal values which will provide prevention of possible failures of monitored systems. Here is highlighted very high efficiency of using technical diagnostic in processes of aviation means maintenance in modern maintenance concept.


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