Determination of Efficiency of Weapon Systems Maintenance as Condition for DM Distribution
Keywords:condition-based maintenance, diffusion-monotonic distribution law, maintenance and repair system, technical and economic model
The article discusses the mathematical model of technical condition-based maintenance
of weapon systems. The model his developed based on a semi-Markov stochastic
process. The diffusion-monotonic (DM) distribution law, which is specific for airfield
technical condition-based maintenance of aircraft, is has been used as a failure model,
and type I errors are considered. For standard operating conditions, graphs of the
dependence of the coefficient of technical use and specific costs per hour of operation in
good condition from the basic parameters are shown. The optimal maintenances interval
ensuring maximum maintenance coefficient value has been proved. The principal results
have been achieved by using multiple calculation method.
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