Strategies and Predictive Maintenance models wrapped around physical systems for Zero-unexpected-Breakdowns and increased operating life of Factories

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Strategies and Predictive Maintenance models wrapped around physical systems for Zero-unexpected-Breakdowns and increased operating life of Factories

Complex structures, geometries and scale


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Title Strategies and Predictive Maintenance models wrapped around physical systems for Zero-unexpected-Breakdowns and increased operating life of Factories
Description Preventive maintenance strategies designed for traditional highly repetitive and stable mass production processes based on predefined components and machine behaviour models are no longer valid and more
Organisation CORE INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY OE
Comments   Then, the complex shape of all objects involved, is approximate using a finite number of simple geometries (i.e. triangles) which simplify the complex mathematical problem.
 KRI models and tools for FMECA and criticality analysis Result title KRI models and tools for FMECA and criticality analysis
 Periodic Reporting for period 1 - Z-BRE4K (Strategies and Predictive Maintenance models wrapped around physical systems for Zero-unexpected-Breakdowns and increased operating life of Factories) Result description In order to achieve high precision manufacturing of complex products, there has to be a fundamental rethink on how to improve the operation of machines and improved controls.
 Collaborative and decentralized application architectures and development tools Taxon title Collaborative and decentralized application architectures and development tools
 Advanced manufacturing processes Taxon description are not developed for large scale.
 System modelling, simulation and forecasting Comments   Then, the complex shape of all objects involved, is approximate using a finite number of simple geometries (i.e. triangles) which simplify the complex mathematical problem.