Maintenance Grouping in Multi-Step Multi-Component Production Systems

@inproceedings{Dijkhuizen2000MaintenanceGI,
  title={Maintenance Grouping in Multi-Step Multi-Component Production Systems},
  author={Gerhard C. van Dijkhuizen},
  year={2000}
}
Since maintenance jobs often require one or more preparatory set-up activities to be carried out in advance, there is a perspective of significant savings in both set-up times and costs by conducting these jobs simultaneously (maintenance grouping). This chapter starts with an overview of commonly used maintenance grouping theories and practices at different planning levels. To this end, a clear distinction is made between long term (static), medium term (dynamic) and short term (opportunistic… CONTINUE READING

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