A methodical development of measures of effectiveness for a condition-based maintenance management system
Ojeda, Hector A.
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The thesis aims to discuss and analyze the establishment of a methodical and repeatable method to develop measures of effectiveness (MOE) for a condition-based maintenance plus (CBM+) maintenance management program. There is currently no consistent method in use in the surface maintenance community to develop CBM+ related MOEs. A set of eight MOEs is developed using the nine-step method, a systems engineering (SE) focused approach that uses an integrative framework of objective values and subjective criteria to guide the development of MOEs. A maintenance organization may use the developed set of eight CMMS MOEs to determine how well the CMMS is being employed within the organization and how well it supports a CBM+ approach. The MOE set provides basic indicators to determine the effectiveness of the CMMS functions and of the system as an object. The developed MOEs also address the initial set of stakeholder requirements and needs. Maintenance organizations can use the development processes established by the nine-step methodology to develop valid, significant, and useful MOEs for system’s fitness-for-purpose evaluation and determination. The nine-step method is practicable within a typical surface maintenance organization.
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