Engineering maintenance is an important sector of the economy. This century will usher in a broader need for equipment management—a cradle-to grave strategy to preserve equipment functions, avoid the consequences of failure, and ensure the productive capacity of equipment. This cannot be achieved by simply following the traditional approach to maintenance effectively—human error in maintenance, quality and safety in maintenance, software maintenance, reliability-centered maintenance, maintenance costing, reliability, and maintainability also must be considered. It provides the guidelines and fundamental methods of estimation and calculation needed by maintainability engineers. It also covers the management of maintainability efforts, including issues of organizational structure, cost, and planning processes.

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Author(s)Nitin Jain
Publish YearJanuary 2016