The Maintenance Evaluation Method Based on Virtual Reality
For the determination of armored vehicle repair time, the traditional method is usually to conduct maintenance experiments on the actual vehicle or full-size model to determine the maintenance time, which will lead to a long cycle and high cost for determining the maintenance time. With the development of virtual maintenance technology, it is possible to make use of virtual maintenance to indirectly determine the maintenance time. This paper cooperates with a factory in Hunan to experiment with the repair of armored track shoes. According to the experimental requirements, the comparative analysis method was used to test the actual time of the track shoe repair and the maintenance time in the virtual environment. And analyze the maintenance time under two kinds of environments, find out the relationship between them, and provide certain help for determining the maintenance time of armored vehicles.
KeywordsComparative analysis Repair time Virtual reality technology
The author would like to thank my tutor Qing Xue for her careful guidance and thank the workers for their cooperation and support during the experiment.
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