In today's manufacturing environment, the integration of commercial, production, maintenance, and engineering functions is a common and crucial goal. In this timely volume, Richard G. Lamb presents a new standard within the enterprise and plant design management. Lamb shows readers how to advance the plant's role in enterprise business performance and leadership by most cost effectively achieving the mechanical availability necessary to perform in the face of current events, business cycles, and industry trends. Performance is from the designed and managed reliability and maintainability of its equipment.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins :
I. DEFINITION AND VALUE OF AVAILABILITY PERFORMANCE.Definition and Goals of Availability.
Engineering and Management. Availability as a Core Subsystem of Plant and Business Performance. Attributes of Availability Performance. Summary. Bibliography.Financial Ramifications of Availability.
Engineering and Management. Introduction. Consequences for Life-Cycle Cash Profiles. Payout and Discounted Cash-Flow Analysis. Return on Investment Analysis. The Break-Even Point and Operating Leverage Analysis. Summary. Bibliography.
II. THE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN PHASE.Availability Engineering and Management and the Conceptual Design Phase.
Introduction. Analyze Owner Needs. Establish Management Policies for Availability. Engineering and Management. Formulate Plant Operational Requirements. Formulate, Evaluate, and Select from Alternate Production Processes. Develop the Plant Conceptual Design. Develop the Availability Concept. Develop the Mainten
- Data Publicarii : 1995
- Editie : 1
- Format : Paperback
- Numar pagini : 416
- ISBN : 9780133241129