Industrial Maintenance

Mechanical Engineering
5 ECTS; 2º Ano, 2º Semestre, 15,0 T + 30,0 TP + 15,0 TC + 3,50 OT

Lecturer
- António Jorge Martins de Araújo Gomes
- Jorge Manuel Afonso Antunes
- Flávio Rodrigues Fernandes Chaves

Prerequisites
Prior knowledge of statistics and reliability

Objectives
Ministering to the students knowledge of Maintenance Management. Equip students with tools capable of organizing and / or managing a maintenance department.

Program
1. Introduction to Industrial Maintenance
1.1 Definition of Maintenance
1.2 Maintenance Strategies and Objectives
1.3 Maintenance Strategies
1.4 Types of Maintenance
1.5 Maintenance Activities
1.6 The 5 AFNOR Maintenance Levels
1.7 Standardization in the field of maintenance
2. Historical Evolution
2.1 Origin of the word Maintenance
2.2 Maintenance - concept and definition
2.3 Evolution of the Maintenance function
2.4 The maintenance function
2.5 The future of maintenance
2.6 Maintenance in Portugal
3. Equipment Management
3.1 Evolution of Maintenance
3.2 People and other resources
3.3 Integrated Asset Management
3.4 Human Resources
3.5 Structure and Organization of the Maintenance Service
4. Reliability Centered Maintenance
4.1 Steps to Consider in Reliability Centered Maintenance Analysis
4.2 Seven Base Questions
4.3 Failures
4.4 Failure Patterns
4.5 Reliability
4.6 Factors Determining the Do
5. Organization and Management of Maintenance
5.1 NP 4492: 2010
5.2 Audits
5.3 NP 4483: 2009
5.4 Philosophy of Maintenance
5.5 Maintenance Methods and Methodologies
5.6 Standardization under the GMO
6. TPM - Total Productive Maintenance
6.1 Phases to consider in TPM implementation
6.2 Global Efficiency
6.3 Calculation of Global Efficiency (OEE)
6.4 Sporadic Losses and Chronic Losses
6.5 Eight pillars of the MPR
6.6 "Zero Failures" Challenge
6.7 Expected results with the TPM
6.8 Operator Features
7. Analysis of Maintenance Costs
7.1 Life cycle costs ...
7.2 Costs
7.3 The different nature of maintenance costs
7.4 Maintenance costs in the business economy
8. Maintenance Planning
8.1 Advantages of Maintenance Planning
8.2 Work Orders
8.3 Maintenance Planning and Scheduling
8.4 CPM - Critical Path Method
8.5 PERT - Program Evaluation and Review Technique
8.6 PERT and CPM
8.7 Gantt Method
8.8 Stock Management Methods
8.9 Preparation of the Provisional Budget of the MNTC Service
8.10 KPI / Control Indices
9. Documentation in a Maintenance Service
9.1 Coding systems
9.2 The maintenance information circuits
9.3 ICT in Maintenance
9.4 LC Care
10. Introduction to Diagnostic Methods and Condition Analysis (MeDAC)
10.1 Diagnostic Methods and Condition Analysis (MeDAC)
10.2 MeDAC / MF / TMC
10.3 PQ and Maintenance
10.4 Maintenance of various systems

Evaluation Methodology
Written test with 75% weight in the final mark.
Practical work with preparation of report with weight of 25% in the final grade.
Minimum mark of 10 values in each evaluation component.

Bibliography
- Ferreira, L. (1998). Uma introdução à manutenção. (Vol. .). (pp. 1-193). Portugal: Publindústria
- Amaral, F. (2016). Gestão da Manutenção na Indústria. -: Lidel
- Cabral, J. (2009). Gestão da Manutenção de Equipamentos, Instalações e Edifícios. -: Lidel
- Cabral, J. (2006). Organização e Gestão da Manutenção. -: Lidel

Method of interaction
Lectures and theoretical-practical sessions with content presentation and resolution of worksheets. Fieldwork classes include on-site visits to industry and workshops with Maintenance Engineer as a guest speaker.

Software used in class
Excel