Call for Papers - Special Issue on Future directions in Maintenance and Intelligent Asset Management
Gopinath Chattopadhyay, Federation University, Australia
Raghuvir Pai, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, India
Industrial assets have a number of systems and subsystems, hardware, sensors and software including rotating and sliding parts. It is well known that failure mechanism and degradation behaviour of these parts and subsystems influences life of those systems.
In order that informed decisions are taken by maintenance, reliability and asset management professionals to improve performance and productivity, it is imperative that the behaviour of machine components and sub-systems with regard to the performance of the system, costs and risks associated with various alternatives in maintenance and replacement decisions are better understood. But there are issue’s and challenges in understanding these by maintenance, reliability and asset management professionals.
Maintenance, Reliability and Asset management have become essential areas of concern for many of industries and infrastructure owners, operators and maintainers. This issue will include an overview of the benefits of working within an asset management framework and technologies for balancing costs, risk and performance.
- Lifecycle cost analysis
- Remaining useful Life analysis
- Reliability and Resilience
- Risk and Performance Assessment
- Asset Life cycle cost and efficiency
- Condition Based Maintenance
- Cyber security Challenges and Risk Management
Submission of manuscript: 30 June 2020
Review: 31 October 2020
Acceptance: 31 November 2020
Publication: 31 December 2020
Please submit your full paper through the Journal’s homepage at https://www.springer.com/engineering/industrial+management/journal/13198