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Problems of Research and Operational Assessment of Earth-Moving Machines

  • Marek MłyńczakEmail author
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Abstract

Earth-moving machine is operated in various conditions of use and maintenance, which results in varying intensity of aging and degradation. It also hinders rational management of operation aiming at the most efficient use of the object. A key element of this efficiency is getting the highest effect in relation to investment. It is proposed a method of machines profitability assessment with limited historical operating data. The assessment was based on interim data from the use of machinery. Functions which characterize the period of the rational working period of machines are developed. The examples of evaluation and variability of proposed characteristics for different types of machines are shown.

Keywords

Earth-moving machine operation Operational test Maintenance Reliability 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Mechanical EngineeringWrocław University of Science and TechnologyWrocławPoland

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