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Evaluation of maintenance parameters of a wind system of energy production per Monte Carlo simulation

Abstract : An "open shop" approach characterized by shared resources comprising mobile agents (algorithms) was implemented, in a previous paper, to minimize the total makespan on the whole of the distributed equipment diagnostic processors in order to meet the maximum availability constraints of distributed system. An evaluation of the incidence of the inspection periods of these diagnosis tasks on the maintenance parameters in the case of a reparable wind system of energy production by Monte Carlo simulation is made now. The results show that a period of weaker inspection and a "window" of broader preventive replacement increase the availability of the system and the costs of preventive maintenance, but, on the other hand, the costs of corrective maintenance decrease, thus the need for a trade
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Boubacar Niang, K. Adjallah, P. A. Ndiaye. Evaluation of maintenance parameters of a wind system of energy production per Monte Carlo simulation. Journal des Sciences pour l'Ingénieur, 2007, 8, pp.14-19. ⟨hal-03045179⟩

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