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Assessing the maintenance in a process using a semi-parametric approach

Assessing the maintenance in a process using a semi-parametric approach
Assessing the maintenance in a process using a semi-parametric approach
In developing any successful maintenance strategy it is important to be able to estimate the rate of occurrence of maintenance events. In a previous paper the authors have argued that there are advantages to using a non-parametric or semi-parametric approach to such analysis. In this paper the authors explore the use of the approach to data from the water industry using a case study. The approach provides insight into the context revealing the impact of maintenance on the process. The effect of the maintenance strategy can be evaluated. The paper explores the practical issues of missing values and implementation of an appropriate maintenance strategy.
water industry, maintenance, asset life
0748-8017
163-167
Ansell, Jake
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Archibald, Tom
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Dagpunar, John
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Thomas, Lyn
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Abell, Peter
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Thomas, Lyn
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Ansell, Jake, Archibald, Tom, Dagpunar, John, Thomas, Lyn, Abell, Peter and Duncalf, David (2001) Assessing the maintenance in a process using a semi-parametric approach. Quality and Reliability Engineering International, 17 (3), 163-167. (doi:10.1002/qre.408).

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In developing any successful maintenance strategy it is important to be able to estimate the rate of occurrence of maintenance events. In a previous paper the authors have argued that there are advantages to using a non-parametric or semi-parametric approach to such analysis. In this paper the authors explore the use of the approach to data from the water industry using a case study. The approach provides insight into the context revealing the impact of maintenance on the process. The effect of the maintenance strategy can be evaluated. The paper explores the practical issues of missing values and implementation of an appropriate maintenance strategy.

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Published date: 2001
Keywords: water industry, maintenance, asset life

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Local EPrints ID: 35744
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/35744
ISSN: 0748-8017
PURE UUID: 1692ba9d-e678-4175-b4b2-ff429bb98410

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Date deposited: 22 May 2006
Last modified: 16 Feb 2022 17:33

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Author: Jake Ansell
Author: Tom Archibald
Author: John Dagpunar
Author: Lyn Thomas
Author: Peter Abell
Author: David Duncalf

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