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  1. Hi Everyone. I am now doing some research for a company in Condition Based Maintenance. For this, I am looking into available Condition monitoring techniques and systems. The research focusses on the implementation of CBM ( Condition based maintenance) in the rolling stock branch. If anyone has some systems they would recommend that can be used to monitor the condition of rolling stock please leave a reply below. Till now I have found some sensors from SKF and also from Australian rail technology. The company is a leading company in the railway sector in the Netherlands so they have some previous knowledge of CBM and thus they are not a new company.
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    Hi Pierre, Great question. I am now doing some research for a company in Condition Based Maintenance. For this, I am looking into available Condition monitoring techniques and systems. The research focusses on the implementation of CBM ( Condition based maintenance) in the rolling stock branch. If anyone has some systems they would recommend that can be used to monitor the condition of rolling stock please leave a reply below. Till now I have found some sensors from SKF and also from Australian rail technology. The company is a leading company in the railway sector in the Netherlands so they have some previous knowledge of CBM and thus its not a new company.
  3. To the best of my knowledge, there are a couple of RCA strategies that could be used. FMEA, FMECA, Fault Tree, Pareto & degrader analysis. But executing a sound failure analysis in a maintenance context requires that the following conditions are met: - A concise and structured approach is followed - A proper selection is made of relevant failures to be investigated, - The analysis is exe3cuted to a sufficiently deep level. And previously mentioned methods do not actually meet all the requirements. Especially the third. Tiedo Tinga of the University of Twente, Faculty of Engineering Technology proposed a procedure that does meet all the requirements, and at the same time optimally utilizes the knowledge of loads and failure mechanisms. This procedure is called the Mechanism-Based Failure Analysis. For more information please visit this link: https://research.utwente.nl/en/publications/mechanism-based-failure-analysis I hope to have added something of value to this discussion. Stay Reliable
  4. Hey everyone, I'm Shailin. I am a second-year MSc student at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. I follow the Maintenance Engineering & Operations specialization which falls under the mechanical engineering department. I originally come from Suriname. At the moment I work as an intern at Ricardo Nederland B.V. Ricardo Rail is a rail consultancy company which also has a rolling stock maintenance team. I am excited to join this community to have the chance to learn from fellow professionals in the maintenance Engineering are. If you have more questions for me do not hesitate to ask.
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