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Recent advances in prognostics and health management for advanced manufacturing paradigms

Tangbin Xia, Yifan Dong, Lei Xiao, Shichang Du, Ershun Pan and Lifeng Xi

Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 2018, vol. 178, issue C, 255-268

Abstract: Manufacturing paradigms have played their important roles in modern industry. In recent 20 years, production systems of advanced manufacturing paradigms (e.g. mass customization, reconfigurable manufacturing, sustainable manufacturing and service-oriented manufacturing) have been developed to exceed the traditional “mass production†paradigm. The reasons that make system health management especially difficult include individual machine deteriorations, different system structures, diverse production characteristics and exponential scheduling complexity. To address these gaps, we provide a review of the prognostics and health management (PHM) field focusing on prognostics approaches for asset health, and maintenance policies for more “informed†decisions. This paper addresses recent advances in PHM for advanced manufacturing paradigms to forecast health trends, avoid production breakdowns, reduce maintenance cost and achieve rapid decision-making. Furthermore, an in-depth look at future research interests is provided.

Keywords: Prognostics and health management; Prognostics approaches; Maintenance management; Advanced manufacturing paradigms (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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