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 Title & Authors
Replacement Model Following the Expiration of Free RRNMW
Jung, Ki-Mun;
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 Abstract
This paper proposes an optimal replacement policy following the expiration of a free renewing replacement-non-renewing minimal repair warranty. To do so, the free renewing replacement-non-renewing minimal repair warranty is defined and then the maintenance model following the expiration of free renewing replacement-non-renewing minimal repair warranty from the user's point of view is studied. As the criteria to determine the optimality of the maintenance policy, we consider the expected cost rate per unit time from the user's perspective. We derive the expressions for the expected cycle length and the expected total cost to obtain the expected cost rate per unit time. Finally, the numerical examples are presented for illustrative purposes.
 Keywords
Replacement model;expected cost rate per unit time;free renewing replacement-non-renewing minimal repair warranty;non-renewing free minimal repair warranty;renewing free replacement warranty;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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유료 재생교체-비재생수리보증이 종료된 이후의 최적의 교체정책,정기문;

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2.
최소수리비용이 고장시간의 함수일 때 연장된 보증 정책,정기문;

Journal of the Korean Data and Information Science Society, 2012. vol.23. 6, pp.1195-1202 crossref(new window)
3.
교체-수리보증이 종료된 이후의 예방보전정책,정기문;

한국신뢰성학회지:신뢰성응용연구, 2012. vol.12. 2, pp.57-66
4.
최소수리 보증을 갖는 시스템에 대한 연장된 보증 이후의 최적의 교체정책,정기문;

한국신뢰성학회지:신뢰성응용연구, 2013. vol.13. 2, pp.77-86
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Extended warranty policy when minimal repair cost is a function of failure time, Journal of the Korean Data and Information Science Society, 2012, 23, 6, 1195  crossref(new windwow)
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