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Session
Regular session : Maintenance improvement and lifecycle management
Time:
Thursday, 09/Sept/2021:
12:00pm - 2:00pm

Session Chair: Georges Abdul-Nour
Session Chair: Jean-Robert COMPERAT
Virtual location: Thursday Room 5


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Presentations
ID: 112 / RS-12(1): 1
Regular Paper Submission
Smart Manufacturing & Industry 4.0: Intelligent Maintenance Systems
Keywords: Maintenance, Engineering, Education, Digitization, Manufacturing

Perspectives on the future of maintenance engineering education

Jon Bokrantz, Anders Skoogh

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



ID: 205 / RS-12(1): 2
Regular Paper Submission
Smart Manufacturing & Industry 4.0: Intelligent Maintenance Systems
Keywords: Condition-Based Maintenance (CBM), Lubricating Oils, Diesel Vehicle, Intelligent Data Analysis

Wear and Tear: A Data Driven Analysis of the Operating Condition of Lubricant Oils

Roney Malaguti1,3, Nuno Lourenço2, Cristovão Silva3

1Stratio Automotive - R&D Department; 2University of Coimbra, CISUC, Department of Informatics Engineering; 3University of Coimbra, CEMMPRE, Department of Mechanical Engineering



ID: 283 / RS-12(1): 3
Regular Paper Submission
Keywords: Perishable items, General lifetime, Periodic review, lost sales, steady-state probabilities

A Periodic inventory model for perishable items with general lifetime

Fatma Ben Khalifa1, Imen Safra2, Chaaben Kouki3, Zied Jemai1,4

1UR OASIS, ENIT, Tunisia; 2LR-ACS, ENIT, Tunisia; 3ESSCA, School of Management, France; 4Centralesupelec, University Paris Saclay, France



ID: 351 / RS-12(1): 4
Regular Paper Submission
Smart Manufacturing & Industry 4.0: Intelligent Maintenance Systems
Keywords: maintenance, efficient maintenance planning, cost, availability.

Efficient Maintenance Planning: the MATISA Company Case Study

Jean-Robert COMPERAT1, Vincent CLIVILLE2, Lamia BERRAH2

1IREGE Université Savoie Mont Blanc, France; 2LISTIC Université Savoie Mont Blanc, France



ID: 431 / RS-12(1): 5
Regular Paper Submission
Keywords: Production scheduling, Earned value management, Schedule network analysis, Misleading outcomes

Understanding Schedule Progress Using Earned Value and Earned Schedule Techniques at Path-level

Christian Capone, Timur Narbaev

Kazakh-British Technical University, Kazakhstan