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Development and Application of RCM Process for the Optimized Maintenance of Railway Vehicle
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  • Journal title : Journal of Energy Engineering
  • Volume 24, Issue 1,  2015, pp.10-16
  • Publisher : The Korea Society for Energy Engineering
  • DOI : 10.5855/ENERGY.2015.24.1.010
 Title & Authors
Development and Application of RCM Process for the Optimized Maintenance of Railway Vehicle
Shin, Kun Young; Lee, Hi Sung;
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 Abstract
Recently, RCM(reliability centered maintenance) process is introduced and applied for the planning and implementing efficient and effective maintenance system in terms of optimal rolling stock maintenance. Particularly, cost-time benefits analysis associated with the implementation of RCM for rolling stock maintenance is necessary and required for railway operator in advance. The RCM process was primarily starting from military, airplane and nuclear industries and is now adapted in railway industry for local railway operators. This paper focuses on suggesting the way of connecting the RCM process with railway maintenance activities in the railway operation field. Thus, in order to introduce and establish reliability activities, it needs to review and evaluate the maintenance environment in the organizational point of view. Based on these reviews and evaluations, various maintenance methodologies are reviewed for customizing local railway field situations and establish specific process in the application of major systems on the reliability technology. In this paper, the railway RCM process is proposed for the establishment and construction of the systematic and optimal maintenance system.
 Keywords
RAMS;RCM;Reliability Process;FMEA;
 Language
Korean
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