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Ingeniería Energética

versión On-line ISSN 1815-5901


MARTINEZ MONSECO, Francisco Javier  y  PLANAGUMA VILAMITJANA, Albert. Innovating from Maintenance Management. Remaintenance. Case study: Hydroelectric Power Plant. Energética [online]. 2021, vol.42, n.2, pp.48-60.  Epub 29-Jun-2021. ISSN 1815-5901.

In organizations that manage physical assets, the figure of the maintenance department carries out its work by managing an annual budget dedicated to maintenance and hoping that with greater or lesser luck there will not be a serious breakdown and that the availability of the asset is the maximum. The article presents a methodology where we can correctly identify the state of the asset with combined maintenance optimization tools (amfe, criticality analysis, life cycle analysis and RCM) that can optimize the maintenance budget and justify investments. "Remaintenance" is defined as the combination between the optimization of maintenance and the redesign of the asset "reinventing" the function to be fulfilled by the systems identified as critical in said analysis, and thus being able to justify before the organization projects to improve the asset as an increase in business income.

Palabras clave : Refurbishment; Reliability Centered Maintenance; RCM; System Failure Mode Analysis; Hydroelectric Power Plants; Physical Asset Management.

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