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DETERMINING A DYNAMIC MAINTENANCE THRESHOLD USING MAINTENANCE OPTIONS

@inproceedings{Haddad2011DETERMININGAD,
  title={DETERMINING A DYNAMIC MAINTENANCE THRESHOLD USING MAINTENANCE OPTIONS},
  author={Gilbert Haddad and P. Sandborn and M. Pecht},
  year={2011}
}
Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) enabled maintenance is considered to be the most recent phase in the evolution of maintenance paradigms. It enables outcome-based contracts, dynamic warranties, maintenance-optimized availability, among other benefits. PHM enables flexibility whereby the decisionmaker can choose from a set of options arising after prognostic indication in order to manage its health. This paper proposes a methodology to determine a dynamic maintenance threshold for a fleet… Expand

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