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Study to Optimize the Concurrent Spare Parts of Multiple Function Weapon System using Failure-Function Matrix
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Study to Optimize the Concurrent Spare Parts of Multiple Function Weapon System using Failure-Function Matrix
Kim, Kyung-Rok; Choi, Hyo-Jun;
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To develop weapon system, Concurrent Spare Parts(CSP) is one of the important somethings in terms of Intergrated Logistics System(ILS). CSP is very important to improve the availability of weapon system, and various research about CSP are performed. However, most of the research does not consider the effects between sub-item's failure and weapon system's multiple function. In other words, if sub-item's failure does not seriously influence weapon system's specific function, the point, not necessarily to replace sub-item, is not considered. Therefore, the method to calculate CSP based on above consideration is written by failure-function matrix in this paper. The study follows the procedure below. First, it's to define the operation and maintenance procedure of weapon system. Second, failure-function matrix is developed. Third, simulation model is desinged by input data. Finally, The quantity of CSP is calculated by simulation and evolution strategy, meta-model. This study suggests new research direction to calculate CSP.
CSP;Evolution Strategy;Failure-Function Matrix;Simulation;
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