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2015-10-06
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Serviceability is the sum of a product’s repairability and ease, speed & accuracy of problem root cause determination; diagnosability. Improvements in service drive: increased customer & dealer satisfaction, reduced vehicle life cycle cost, reduced warranty & customer costs, and reduced downtime. Learn how companies in other sectors have and are applying SAE J817 to achieve these benefits. A path for developing index models for serviceability and diagnosability will be presented & discussed.
2015-10-06
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Vehicles are being electrified and motive systems are including varied electro-combustion systems. Few Service Technicians have experience in working on, nor diagnosing, such conventional and hybrid products. Learn how world-class companies are working to apply Condition Based Maintenance, Prognostics, Machine Health, 3D Graphics & Animations, Graphics-Based Service Information, Augmented Reality, and more to their products to keep Owners and Service Technicians productive, safe and happy.
2015-10-06
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This session is looking for abstracts focused on brake component product design challenges associated with the OE to Aftermarket replication and market release. Specifically, the organizers are interested in topics like typical product features, CTQ’s, commercial versus technical challenges, product differentiation and warranty feedback.
2015-09-22
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Samir Khan, Chris Hockley, Paul Phillips, Ian K. Jennions
Today, we are all strongly dependent on the correct functioning of technical systems. They fail, and we become vulnerable. Disruptions due to degradation or anomalous behavior can negatively impact safety, operations, and brand name, reducing the profitability of all elements of the value chain. This can be tolerated if the link between cause and effect is understood and remedied. Anomalous behavior, which indicates systems or subsystems not acting in accordance with design intent, is a much more serious problem. It includes unwanted system responses and faults whose root cause can’t be properly diagnosed, leading to costly, and sometimes unnecessary, component replacements. The title No Fault Found: The Search for the Root Cause was developed to propose solutions to this technical and business challenge, which has become less and less acceptable to the commercial aviation industry globally.
2015-09-22
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2015-09-22
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This session will focus on initiatives and activities associated with conducting safe flight operations.
2015-09-22
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This session provides a forum to discuss the current and developing prognostic and diagnostic technology for all aerospace power generation, conversion, distribution, and storage systems. The PHM needs of battery systems, especially incorporating newer Li-Ion technology is critical to their safety and operation, and hence forms an important subset of this session. In addition, papers dealing with the PHM aspects of interconnected power systems are also welcome.
2015-09-22
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Vehicle Propulsion Health Management: advanced sensors and sensing methodologies under propulsion harsh environment, advanced diagnostics algorithms for detection of onset of failures, prognostics algorithms for predicting remaining useful life, health condition integration with controls, analytical tools and models, cost benefit analysis, operational experiences and lesson learned, vehicle integration and interface to maintenance and logistics for propulsion life cycle management.
2015-09-22
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With new methods being developed a structured approach to their validation and verification is needed. This can even be taken as the scientific evidence for airworthiness authorities to allow a new technology to be operational. Concurrent with this, what are the metrics that are trying to be achieved with such approaches?
2015-09-22
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With component and sub-system health management addressed in other sessions, this session considers the vehicle or system-wide level health management. Can information gleaned from two sub-systems be sufficient to detect a developing fault and determine the root cause? Or should the information from all sub-systems be used to strengthen and confirm the safety case? Papers are welcome on these, or any other related vehicle health topics, for this session.
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