Finally, a strategy of incorporating maintenance activities among different transmission owners is developed. The objective of our work is to allocate resources economically and strategically so as to provide best performance of maintenance for electrical transmission system. These strategies can also be applied to problems inherent to resource intensive asset management in many similar types of infrastructures such as gas pipelines, airlines, and telecommunications.Transformer failure does not necessarily imply the a#39;blue smokea#39; condition where the component has catastrophically failed. Rather ... failure can be large, due to the cost of property damage, repair cost, and the business cost due to transmission service interruption. ... Table 2.1 displays the annual transformer claims including total costs, property damage costs, and transmission service interruption costs.
|Title||:||Condition-based Hazard Rate Estimation and Optimal Maintenance Scheduling for Electrical Transmission System|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|