Maintenance optimization of generating equipment based on a condition-based maintenance policy for multi-unit systems

@article{Wang2009MaintenanceOO,
  title={Maintenance optimization of generating equipment based on a condition-based maintenance policy for multi-unit systems},
  author={Ling Wang and Enhui Zheng and Yuntang Li and Binrui Wang and Jinjin Wu},
  journal={2009 Chinese Control and Decision Conference},
  year={2009},
  pages={2440-2445}
}
In a competitive market environment, privatized generating companies are pressured to more efficiently maintain their generating equipment in order to maximize their profit. As a result, condition-based maintenance is becoming popular and highlighted by researchers and practitioners in power plants due to its advantages of improving maintenance efficiency and avoiding unnecessary maintenance. A new condition-based and opportunistic maintenance policy is proposed for multi-unit systems (e. g. a… CONTINUE READING

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