Table of contents for Management of industrial maintenance / A. Kelly and M. J. Harris.


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Chapter 1      Maintenance management, a review      1
1.1   Maintenance and profitability
1.2   Maintenance management and terotechnology
1.3   The function of maintenance work
1.4   Maintenance objectives, planning and control
1.5   Summary
Chapter 2      Decision making and failure statistics  13
2.1   The nature of decision making
2.2   An introduction to failure statistics
2.2.1 Mean, variance and standard deviation
2.2.2 Probability density functions
2.2.3 Failure probability, survival probability, age-specific failure
rate
2.2.4 The Weibull p.d.f.
2.3   The application of failure statistics to maintenance and reliability
engineering
2.4   The limitations of failure statistics in maintenance management
Chapter 3      Reliability engineering and maintenance   46
3.1   Introduction
3.2   The whole-life equipment failure profile
3.3   Reliability prediction for complex plants
3.3.1 Series-connected components
3.3.2 Parallel-connected components
3.3.3 Reliability and preventive maintenance
3.4   Maintainability prediction
3.5   Case Study 1: A plant availability assessment
3.5.1 The concept of availability
3.5.2 Methodology
3.5.3 Comments on method
3.5.4 The case study
3.5.5 Conclusions
Chapter 4     Maintenance planning    70
4.1  Introduction
4.2   Maintenance policies, preventive and corrective
4.2.1 Fixed-time replacement or repair, prior to failure
4.2.2 Condition-based maintenance
4.2.3 Opportunity maintenance
4.2.4 Operation to failure and corrective maintenance
4.2.5 Design-out maintenance
4.3   The determination of a maintenance plan
4.3.1 Classification and identification of equipment
4.3.2 Collection of information
4.3.3 Selection of policy
4.3.4 Preventive maintenance programme
4.3.5 Corrective maintenance guidelines
4.3.6 Maintenance organisations
4.3.7 Illustrative examples
4.4   Replacement strategy
Chapter 5     Organisation of maintenance resources   86
5.1  Introduction
5.2   Maintenance resource structure
5.2.1 Tradeforce mix
5.2.2 Tradeforce location
5.2.3 Tradeforce size
5.3   Administrative structure
5.3.1 Introduction
5.3.2 Administrative basics
5.3.3 Staff and line authority; the production-maintenance
relationship
5.3.4 The effect of multi-trade supervision on administrative
structure
5.4   Work planning and scheduling
5.4.1 Introduction
5.4.2 Fundamentals of maintenance work planning
5.4.3 A maintenance work planning model
Chapter 6     Quantitative techniques as an aid to maintenance
organisation   101
6.1   Queueing theory
6.1.1 Fundamentals
6.1.2 Simple and multi-channel queueing models
6.2   Simulation
Chapter 7     Spares inventory control   115
7.1 The objective
7.2 Complicating factors
7.3 Scientific inventory control
7.3.1 Simple model for evaluating EOQ
7.4   Safety stock
7.4.1 Simplified model of the two-bin system
7.4.2 The periodic review system
Chapter 8     Network analysis for the planning and control of maintenance
work 126
8.1  Introduction
8.2   The basics of network planning
8.3   The case for computer aided network analysis
8.3.1 The advantages of computerised network planning
8.4  The establishment of a shutdown programme
8.4.1 Control during shutdown
8.5  An example of the success of shutdown planning
Chapter 9     Condition based maintenance   148
9.1   Categories of condition monitoring
9.2   Methods of condition monitoring
9.2.1 On-load monitoring techniques
9.2.2 Off-load monitoring techniques
9.3   General purpose monitoring techniques
9.4   The systematic application of condition monitoring
9.4.1 Keeping records
9.4.2 Trend monitoring - life curves
9.4.3 Formalised assessment of monitoring techniques
9.4.4 A simple example of the LEO approach
9.5   Lubricant monitoring
9.5.1 Lubricant monitoring techniques
9.5.2 Malfunctions that can be detected by lubricant monitoring
9.6   Thermal monitoring
9.6.1 Location of temperature measurements
9.6.2 Temperature monitoring devices
9.6.3 Malfunctions that can be monitored thermally
9.7   Vibration and noise monitoring
9.7.1 The cause of vibration and noise
9.7.2 Measurement, vibration or noise?
9.7.3 The equipment
9.7.4 The vibration or noise signals
9.7.5 Practical vibration monitoring techniques
9.8   A programme for plant condition monitoring
Chapter 10    Management techniques in maintenance   197
10.1 Method study
10.2 Work measurement
10.2.1 Fundamental concepts
10.2.2 Work measurement procedures
10.2.3 Maintenance work measurement
10.2.4 The costs and consequences of maintenance work
measurement
10.3 Work sampling in maintenance
10.4  Logical fault finding
Chapter 11    Behavioural science and maintenance management   220
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Swedish views on job reform
Chapter 12    Case Study 2. Motivation and reorganisation of a maintenance
trade force  227
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Background of unit
12.3 Survey
12.4 Setting up the installation
12.5 Content of the installation
12.5.1 Organisational aspects
12.5.2 Work measurement aspects
12.6  Results of the installation
12.7 Extension of the system
12.8 Conclusion
Chapter 13    Case Study 3. A maintenance management
investigation 242
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Background
13.3 Outline of the mining operation
13.4  The diesel maintenance system
13.5 Cost analysis of the diesel maintenance system
13.5.1 Direct cost of diesel maintenance
13.5.2 Indirect cost of diesel maintenance
13.6 Cost, availability and failure analysis of diesel loaders
13.7 Organisation and control of diesel maintenance system
13.7.1 Planning of underground maintenance
13.7.2 Planning of surface maintenance
13.7.3 Overhaul and major repair section
13.7.4 Reconditioning sections
13.7.5 Spares organisation and control
13.8 Discussion and recommendations
13.8.1 Maloperation
13.8.2 Design out
13.8.3 Maintenance
13.8.4 Repair policy
13.8.5 Overhaul policy
13.8.6 Surface workshop
13.8.7 Organisation and control of reconditioned and spare parts
13.9 Conclusions



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Plant maintenance