Plant Maintenance Advisory System Using 3D Configuration Model and PSA Technique (MAS3)
In general, maintenance activities consist of (1) the identification of maintenance tasks, (2) the acquisition of necessary information, and (3) the conduction of proper maintenance procedures. This paper describes the concept and the current effort to develop the computer aided maintenance advisory system using the state-of-the-art computer technology, “Plant Maintenance Advisory System using 3D Configuration Model and PSA Technique (MAS3)”. The key concept is, first, to prioritize and determine maintenance activities using living PSA technique, to retrieve relevant maintenance information through integrated database, and to simulate maintenance procedures using 3D CAD model to reduce potential problems during maintenance. The necessary information is stored in database, i.e., plant configuration data in 3D configuration model, living PSA data, maintenance history and procedures in plant operation database, respectively, and those data are incorporated each other for the effective information retrieval. MAS3 gives an experience for maintenance, so the maintenance efficiency can be increased.
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