Paper Title: An ICOR Approach Towards Ship Maintenance Software Development
D Bayer, Piri Reis University, Turkey, O Aydın, Statu Shipping, Turkey and M Celik, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Ship maintenance is one of the key processes to improve system performance and reliability onboard. Maintenance onboard ships is required to be performed in a planned manner because safe and efficient operation of a ship is very much depending on equipment reliability in operational level. A planned maintenance system (PMS), mainly supported with software, is established to monitor the maintenance implementations on board ships. This study aims to assess the effectiveness of onboard maintenance and limited with the procedures and specific softwares employed for the maintenance on board. Specifically, the process analysis approach is developed to execute the existing ship PMS phases based on four dimensions such as input, control, output, resources (ICOR). Besides the critical points to be improved in ship maintenance, this research reveals recommendations to increase the functionality of selected software in terms of workload balance, smart scheduling and safe working environment. To demonstrate the functional improvements, an illustrative case study on an auxiliary diesel generator maintenance routines are conducted. The contributions of the study are expected in both ship operations management and marine software development.
Transactions RINA, Vol 160, Part A1, International Journal Maritime Engineering, Jan-Mar 2018
DOI No: 10.3940/rina.ijme.2018.a1.444
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