Optimising maintenance: What are the expectations for Cyber Physical Systems

Erkki Jantunen, Urko Zurutuza, Luis Lino Ferreira, Pal Varga

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Abstract

The need for maintenance is based on the wear of components of machinery. If this need can be defined reliably beforehand so that no unpredicted failures take place then the maintenance actions can be carried out economically with minimum disturbance to production. There are two basic challenges in solving the above. First understanding the development of wear and failures, and second managing the measurement and diagnosis of such parameters that can reveal the development of wear. In principle the development of wear and failures can be predicted through monitoring time, load or wear as such. Monitoring time is not very efficient, as there are only limited numbers of components that suffer from aging which as such is result of chemical wear i.e. changes in the material. In most cases the loading of components influences their wear. In principle the loading can be stable or varying in nature. Of these two cases the varying load case is much more challenging than the stable one. The monitoring of wear can be done either directly e.g. optical methods or indirectly e.g. vibration. Monitoring actual wear is naturally the most reliable approach, but it often means that additional investments are needed. The paper discusses the above issues and what are the requirements that follow from these for optimising maintenance based of the use of Cyber Physical Systems.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEmerging Ideas and Trends in Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems (EITEC), 2016 3rd International Workshop on
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers IEEE
Pages53-58
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-5090-1152-0
ISBN (Print)978-1-5090-1153-7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 7 Jul 2016
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
Event3rd International Workshop on Emerging Ideas and Trends in Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems - Vienna, Austria
Duration: 11 Apr 201611 Apr 2016
Conference number: 3

Conference

Conference3rd International Workshop on Emerging Ideas and Trends in Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems
Abbreviated titleEITEC 2016
CountryAustria
CityVienna
Period11/04/1611/04/16

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Wear of materials
Monitoring
Cyber Physical System
Machinery
Aging of materials

Keywords

  • condition monitoring
  • cyber-physical systems
  • machinery
  • maintenance engineering
  • mechanical engineering computing
  • wear

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Jantunen, E., Zurutuza, U., Ferreira, L. L., & Varga, P. (2016). Optimising maintenance: What are the expectations for Cyber Physical Systems. In Emerging Ideas and Trends in Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems (EITEC), 2016 3rd International Workshop on (pp. 53-58). Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/EITEC.2016.7503697
Jantunen, Erkki ; Zurutuza, Urko ; Ferreira, Luis Lino ; Varga, Pal. / Optimising maintenance: What are the expectations for Cyber Physical Systems. Emerging Ideas and Trends in Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems (EITEC), 2016 3rd International Workshop on . Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers IEEE, 2016. pp. 53-58
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Jantunen, E, Zurutuza, U, Ferreira, LL & Varga, P 2016, Optimising maintenance: What are the expectations for Cyber Physical Systems. in Emerging Ideas and Trends in Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems (EITEC), 2016 3rd International Workshop on . Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers IEEE, pp. 53-58, 3rd International Workshop on Emerging Ideas and Trends in Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems, Vienna, Austria, 11/04/16. https://doi.org/10.1109/EITEC.2016.7503697

Optimising maintenance: What are the expectations for Cyber Physical Systems. / Jantunen, Erkki; Zurutuza, Urko; Ferreira, Luis Lino; Varga, Pal.

Emerging Ideas and Trends in Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems (EITEC), 2016 3rd International Workshop on . Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers IEEE, 2016. p. 53-58.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientificpeer-review

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Jantunen E, Zurutuza U, Ferreira LL, Varga P. Optimising maintenance: What are the expectations for Cyber Physical Systems. In Emerging Ideas and Trends in Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems (EITEC), 2016 3rd International Workshop on . Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers IEEE. 2016. p. 53-58 https://doi.org/10.1109/EITEC.2016.7503697