Handbook of Maintenance Management and Engineering / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer London
The Handbook of Maintenance Management and Engineering covers a wide range of topics in maintenance management and engineering. It includes extensive references to the theoretical foundations, recent research and future directions of this important subject.
Using applications and examples which reflect the growing importance of maintenance, this book presents readers with an inter-disciplinary perspective on topical issues which affect any organization engaged in manufacturing, process, or service industry, no matter how large or small. Contributors to the book are maintenance experts with both academic and industrial backgrounds, who are able to offer a comprehensive analysis of the subject matter, including both quantitative treatment and discussion of management issues.
The Handbook of Maintenance Management and Engineering features both fundamental and applied works from across the whole maintenance spectrum. It will provide professionals with the solutions and management skills needed to evaluate and to continuously improve maintenance systems. This handbook will also be an invaluable resource for researchers and graduate students working in this area.
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About the Author
Dr Mohamed Ben-Daya has been a professor in the Department of Systems Engineering at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, since 1999. He gained his PhD in Operations Research in 1988 from Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, where he also gained his MSc in 1984. Dr Ben-Daya’s research interests are: mathematical programming; production and inventory control; scheduling; and maintenance engineering and quality control.
Dr Salih O. Duffuaa has been a professor in the Department of Systems Engineering at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, since 1994. His research interests include: mathematical modelling; network flow; mathematical programming; quality assurance and control; maintenance engineering; and management optimization of quality and maintenance systems. Dr Duffuaa gained his PhD in Operations Research in 1982 from the University of Texas at Austin, USA.
Dr Abdul Raouf has been a professor at the Institute of Management and Technology, University of Management and Leadership in Lahore, Pakistan, since 2000. He gained his PhD from the University of Windsor.
Dr Jezdimir Knezvic established the self-financing centre for Management of Industrial Reliability, Cost and Effectiveness (MIRCE) at Exeter University in 1991, where he is still a professor. He has contributed to over 300 publications worldwide including books, papers and reports. Dr Knezvic gained his Bachelors degree, Masters degree and PhD from the University of Belgrade.
Dr Daoud Ait-Kadi has been a professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Université Laval, Sainte-Foy, Quebec, since 1990. He gained his PhD from the Université de Montréal in 1985. Dr Ait-Kadi’s research interests include: design and control of production systems; optimization of the maintenance and reliability systems subject to random failures; optimization of a system’s life cycle; development of advanced technologies for the design and control of supply chains in a probabilistic context; optimization of validation texts for the reliability of innovative systems; and reliability.
Table of Contents
Maintenance Organization.- Maintenance Productivity and Performance Management.- Failure Statistics.- Failure Mode and Effect Analysis.- Maintenance Control.- Guidelines for Budgeting and Costing Planned Maintenance Services.- Simulation Based Approaches for Maintenance Strategies Optimization.- Maintenance Forecasting and Capacity Planning.- Integrated Spare Parts Management.- Turnaround Maintenance.- Maintenance Planning and Scheduling.- Models for Production and Maintenance Planning in Shastic Manufacturing Systems.- Inspection Strategies for Randomly Failing Systems.- System Health Monitoring and Prognostics - A Review of Current Paradigms and Practices.- Applied Maintenance Models.- Reliability Centered Maintenance.- Total Productive Maintenance.- Warranty and Maintenance.- Delay Time Modeling for Optimized Inspection Intervals of Production Plant.- Integrated e-maintenance and Intelligent Maintenance Systems.- Maintainability & System Effectiveness.- Safety and Maintenance.- Maintenance Quality and Environmental Performance Improvement: An Integrated Approach.- Industrial Asset Maintenance and Sustainability Performance: Economic, Environmental, and Societal Implications.- Human Reliability and Error in Maintenance.- Human Error in Maintenance - A Design Perspective.