Reliability-Adaptive Control of Tool Wear in Transfer Lines
Economic efficiency of a transfer line (TL) is evaluated directly by the quantity of parts produced; therefore, every single manufactured part counts. Output, availability, and cost-effectiveness are key issues of production facilities, whereby maintenance plays an important role in plant performance.
KeywordsTool Wear Flank Wear Transfer Line Interval Limit Tool Change
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