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Operations and Maintenance Management

This is the study programme for 2019/2020. It is subject to change.


The course deals with operation and maintenance management of equipment, machinery, production systems. Basic theory, maintenance strategies, relevant standards, as well as tools, methods and maintenance strategies are discussed. The focus is especially directed towards the Oil & Gas industry, renewable energy, and since it is project-based the student group are free to select relevant industrial application to their background.

Learning outcome

After attending the course the student should have a basic understanding of central aspects of management of operations and maintenance during the planning, manufacturing, installation, commissioning, and operation of advanced, complex and integrated machines, equipment, products, systems as well as production/ manufacturing facilities. The students should demonstrate understanding and application of common methods, tools and analysis. The context will be on onshore/offshore technology (as for example oil and gas platforms or offshore wind farms).

Contents

The course will describe central factors and methods used to optimize activities in various life cycle phases (e.g.design and development, installation and commissioning, operations and maintenance, removal and recycling), with respect to costs, profits, and acceptable risk level for health, safety and environment (HSE), as well as investments. A project report shall be prepared with a theme in Operations and maintenance management.
The course will be taught in three modules with the following content: Module 1: Introduction to operations and maintenance; -Maintenance as a business process and added value process; -Trends in maintenance management; -Definitions and terminology; -Types of maintenance, choice of maintenance strategy and methods -NORSOK standards, legislative requirements and governmental regulations; -Establishment of goals, requirements, and risk acceptance criteria with respect to Health, safety and environment; Module 2: Principal concepts, tools and techniques; -Engineering analysis, equipment technical and functional hierarchy, Failure mode effects and criticality analysis (FMECA), Fault tree analysis (FTA), Event tree analysis (ETA), etc.; -Design out/ design for maintenance considering reliability, availability, maintainability, operations and maintenance support; -Life cycle cost analysis; -Spare parts inventory and logistics; -Data and information management; Module 3: Maintenance management and development of maintenance programs; -Reliability centered maintenance (RCM); -Risk based maintenance (RBM) and Risk based inspections (RBI); -Maintenance objectives and strategies; -Maintenance management and work processes;

Required prerequisite knowledge

None.

Exam

Project work and oral presentation
Weight Duration Marks Aid
Project work1/1 A - F
Oral presentation0/1 Pass - Fail
Prjoect report counts for 100 % of the grade. Both the project report and the presentation (pass/fail) must be passed to pass the course.

Course teacher(s)

Course coordinator
Idriss El-Thalji
Course teacher
Idriss El-Thalji
Head of Department
Tor Henning Hemmingsen

Method of work

Lectures, project assignment. Guest lectures. Lecture language is English.

Overlapping courses

Course Reduction (SP)
Operations and maintenance management (MOM460_1) 5

Open to

Master studies at the Faculty of Science and Technology

Course assessment

Standard forms and/or discussions.

Literature

Compendium in Operations and Maintenance Management, selected books and papers, as follows:
1. Pintelon, L. and A. Parodi-Herz, Maintenance: An evolutionary perspective, in Complex system maintenance handbook, K. Kobbacy and D.N.P. Murthy, Editors. 2008, Springer. p. 22-48.
2. Blanchard, B., Introduction to system engineering, in System engineering management. 2004, John Wileys & Sons, INC.
3. Kelly, A., The structure of plant, in Maintenance strategy: business-centred maintenance. 1997, Butterworth-Heinemann.
4. Haroun, A.E. and S.O. Duffuaa, Maintenance Organization, in Handbook of maintenance management and engineering, M. Ben-Daya, et al., Editors. 2009, Springer. p. 3-11.
5. Duffuaa, S.O. and A.E. Haroun, Maintenance Control, in Handbook of maintenance management and engineering, M. Ben-Daya, et al., Editors. 2009, Springer. p. 93-109.
6. Al-Fares, H.K. and S.O. Duffuaa, Maintenance Forecasting and Capacity Planning, in Handbook of maintenance management and engineering, M. Ben-Daya, et al., Editors. 2009, Springer. p. 157-173.
7. Al-Turki, U.M., Maintenance Planning and Scheduling, in Handbook of maintenance management and engineering, M. Ben-Daya, et al., Editors. 2009, Springer. p. 237-255.
8. Kelly, A., Maintenance Stores, in Maintenance organisation and systems: business-centred maintenance. 1997, Butterworth-Heinemann. p. 186-197.
9. Kelly, A., Maintenance documentation systems: what they are and how they work, in Maintenance organisation and systems: business-centred maintenance. 1997, Butterworth-Heinemann. p. 204-220.
10. Duarte, J.C., P.F. Cunha, and J.T. Craveiro, Maintenance Database. Procedia CIRP, 2013. 7: p. 551-556.
11. Barabadi, A., O. Tobias Gudmestad, and J. Barabady, RAMS data collection under Arctic conditions. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 2015. 135: p. 92-99.
12. Rausand, M. and A. Høyland, Qualitative system analysis, in System reliability theory: models, statistical methods, and applications. 2004, A John Wiley & Sons, INC. p. 73-125.
13. Blanchard, B.S. and W.J. Fabrycky, Design for maintainability, in Systems engineering and analysis. 2011, Pearson Education, INC. p. 424-468.
14. USDoT, Inspection fundamentals, in Aviation maintenance technician handbook: general. 2008, US Department of Transportation. p. 8, 1-34.
15. Moubary, J., Proactive maintenance 2: predictive tasks, in Reliability-centred maintenance. 1997, Butterworth-Heinemann. p. 144-169.
16. Bradley, E., Condition monitoring, in Reliability engineering: A life cycle approach. 2017, CRC Press. p. 137-154.
17. Singh, R., et al., Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Implementation in a Machine Shop: A Case Study. Procedia Engineering, 2013. 51: p. 592-599.
18. Puvanasvaran, A.P., C.Z. Mei, and V.A. Alagendran, Overall Equipment Efficiency Improvement Using Time Study in an Aerospace Industry. Procedia Engineering, 2013. 68: p. 271-277.
19. Igba, J., et al., A Systems Approach Towards Reliability-Centred Maintenance (RCM) of Wind Turbines. Procedia Computer Science, 2013. 16: p. 814-823.
20. Selvik, J.T. and T. Aven, A framework for reliability and risk centered maintenance. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 2011. 96(2): p. 324-331.
21. Shin, J.-H. and H.-B. Jun, On condition based maintenance policy. Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, 2015. 2(2): p. 119-127.
22. Blanchard, B.S. and W.J. Fabrycky, Design for affordability: life cycle costing, in Systems engineering and analysis. 2011, Pearson Education, INC. p. 580-629.
23. Andrawus, J.A., et al., The Selection of a Suitable Maintenance Strategy for Wind Turbines. WIND ENGINEERING, 2006. 30(6): p. PP 471-486.
24. vandenBoomen, M., et al. Common Misunderstandings In Life Cycle Costing Analyses And How To Avoid Them. in Fifth International Symposium on Life -Cycle Civil Engineering: IALCCE 2016. 2016. Delft, The Netherlands.


This is the study programme for 2019/2020. It is subject to change.

Sist oppdatert: 18.09.2019

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