Proceedings IJCIEOM – International Joint Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management


ICIEOM2020_ABST_0001_37175

MAINTENANCE PLANNING IN LARGE HYDROELECTRIC PLANTS USING A NOVEL TECHNIQUE TO DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN THE INFLUENCES OF OPERATIONAL AND MAINTENANCE ACTIONS


ÁREA: 01. Operations and Process Management

RESUMO:
Good practices in maintenance and operation of systems and their component items are essential for a safe, reliable, and efficient performance in power plants or any other high-consequence industry. Particularly, adequate maintenance planning is vital for ensuring continuous equipment operation in order to reduce costs, comply with regulations, and satisfy strict demands from clients and other interested parties. This work considers the possibility of developing a new expert knowledge-based technique capable of providing a clear-cut distinction between consequences deriving from operational and maintenance practices, and accordingly their bearing upon maintenance requirements, so as to help maintainers discriminate between the different influences of operational and maintenance actions on maintenance needs and planning in large hydroelectric plants.

PALAVRAS-CHAVE:
high-consequence industries, critical technical systems, equipment operation, maintenance management, maintenance planning, expert knowledge-based techniques



DOI: 10.14488/ijcieom2020_abst_0001_37175
AUTORES:

ARTHUR HENRIQUE DE ANDRADE MELANI
UNIVERSITY OF SÃO PAULO

MIGUEL ANGELO DE CARVALHO MICHALSKI
UNIVERSITY OF SÃO PAULO

ADHERBAL CAMINADA NETTO
UNIVERSITY OF SÃO PAULO

GILBERTO FRANCISCO MARTHA DE SOUZA
UNIVERSITY OF SÃO PAULO

CARLOS ALBERTO MURAD
UNIVERSITY OF SÃO PAULO






ISSN ENEGEP: 23183349 / ISSN ICIEOM: 23178000


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