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MECA Analysis (A Heuristic Approach) For Frequency of Maintenance and Type of Maintenance[
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Author(s)
Prof. Malay Niraj, Praveen Kumar, Dr. A. Mishra
KEYWORDS
FMECA, Criticality Factor, and OverallEquipment Effectiveness
ABSTRACT
Present study is an approach for finding the suitable maintenance practice and frequency of maintenance with the help of criticality factor of equipment it is based on failure mode evaluation and criticality analysis. Criticality means the failure probability of the equipment is very high. The miner failure of critical equipment may leads to sever impact on the performance of the equipment. So critical equipment needs very high degree of maintenance activity and maintenance frequency to prevent any failure. This model has implemented in process industry and many OEE like factor has been improved
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