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Agent aided aircraft maintenance

Onn Shehory, Katia Sycara, Gita Sukthankar, Vick Mukherjee
1999 Proceedings of the third annual conference on Autonomous Agents - AGENTS '99  
Aircraft maintenance is performed by m e c hanics who are required, for non-standard discrepancies, to consult expert engineers for repair instructions and approval.  ...  In this paper, we describe an implementation of such a system, using the RETSINA multi-agent a r c hitecture.  ...  Below, we describe our current implmentation of an agent system designed to aid the aircraft maintenance engineers in their repair decisions, along with plans for future improvements.  ... 
doi:10.1145/301136.301216 dblp:conf/agents/ShehorySSM99 fatcat:h5p7mvgmh5hjdfxteppih6lxaq

Managing aircraft lifecycle complexity

G. Rzevski, J. Knezevic, P. Skobelev, N. Borgest, O. Lakhin
2016 International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics  
A thorough analysis of data on aircraft lifecycle revealed inadequacy of current lifecycle management methods in the face of increased complexity of the Internet-based global market.  ...  Moreover, each phase of the lifecycle is normally supported by stand-alone computer systems, such as computer-aided design, computer-aided engineering, computer-aided manufacturing, enterprise resource  ...  Recently designed aircraft have the so-called heavy maintenance visit (HMV) every 10 years instead of 5 years for aircraft designed in the 1970s.  ... 
doi:10.2495/dne-v11-n2-77-87 fatcat:ty74xdjpjnggrdubmckemkfatu

MULTIAGENT COLLABORATIVE COMPUTATION FOR AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE SYSTEM

Arwin Datumaya Wahyudi Sumari, Adang Suwandi Ahmad
2017 Conference SENATIK STT Adisutjipto Yogyakarta  
The ultimate goal of the MCC-based aircraft maintenance system is comprehensive information regarding the maintenance procedures in order to keep the aircrafts serviceable during the mission implementation  ...  A complex mission such as retaining a sustainable mission of aircrafts deployed in certain remote bases will require a 24-hour of standby on-site or off-site maintenance teams.  ...  in aircraft maintenance.  ... 
doi:10.28989/senatik.v3i0.104 fatcat:qrnqcnxymra7lonv5qsvg6e3pm

Page 67 of Aerospace Engineering Vol. 2, Issue 1 [page]

1943 Aerospace Engineering  
‘The purpose of this manual is to pro- vide aircraft maintenance personnel with general information about the principal materials and hardware used in aircraft construction and repair.  ...  Military Chemistry and Chemical Agents.  ... 

Page 247 of Community College Journal Vol. 15, Issue 6 [page]

1945 Community College Journal  
Maintenance superintendent Manager, sales Manager, station (or agent) Mechanic, master Mechanic, senior Meteorological supervisor Meteorologist Navigator Operations superintendent Radio operator, ground  ...  of Aircraft, Aircraft Inspection, and Radio and Communications.’  ... 

Page 66 of Aerospace Engineering Vol. 15, Issue 1 [page]

1956 Aerospace Engineering  
Fourteen air lines and ten air-frame manufacturers were represented among the 96 engineers and maintenance supervisors who attended Vickers’ Fifth Transport Aircraft Hydrau- lic Conference in Detroit.  ...  The new electronic aid greatly simplifies manual control and provides automatic operation for hover- ing.  ... 

Page 298 of The Journal of Air Law and Commerce Vol. 9, Issue 2 [page]

1938 The Journal of Air Law and Commerce  
who is in charge of the inspection or maintenance or over- hauling or repair of aircraft or parachutes or other safety or navigational devices or accessories, or who serves in the capacity of aircraft  ...  Designation of agent for service. Sec. 1010. Remedies not exclusive. Sec. 1011. Provisions relating to orders. Titte XI—MIScELLANEOUS Sec. 1101. Regulation and classification. Sec. 1102.  ... 

Page 266 of Catholic School Journal Vol. 51, Issue 7 [page]

1951 Catholic School Journal  
Activities of CAA aviation safety agents working with flight, maintenance, communications, and other personnel. (CA 32; 22 min., $28.56) Safe Flight Operations.  ...  How the Civil Aeronautics Administration and aircraft manufacturers work together in approving new types of air- craft. (CA 19; 20 min., $26.41) Safe Aircraft.  ... 

Page 77 of Aerospace Engineering Vol. 3, Issue 1 [page]

1944 Aerospace Engineering  
Lubrication Lubricating Oil Additives as an Aid in Engine Maintenance. W.E. Kuhn.  ...  Maintenance and Repair of Metal Aircraft. Joseph Lux. Suggestions are offered for the maintenance and repair of metal aircraft.  ... 

Page 858 of Medical Times Vol. 89, Issue 7 [page]

1961 Medical Times  
Maintenance colchicine is helpful in preventing acute attacks of gout that frequently accompany _ the institution of therapy with uricosuric agents. J. E. SEIGMILLER, M.D. AND ARTHUR I. GRAYZEL, M.D.  ...  With few exceptions, the aeromedical problems in general, and an understanding of these will greatly aid in evaluation of the patient.  ... 

The Effect of Shared Information on Pilot/Controller and Controller/Controller Interactions [chapter]

R. John Hansman
2001 New Concepts and Methods in Air Traffic Management  
The increased ability to exchange information between Pilots, Controllers, Dispatchers, and other agents is a key component of advanced Air Traffic Management.  ...  Pilots can communicate with Maintenance for decision support or to alert Maintenance of required maintenance prior to landing.  ...  Using this aid, the Controller does not need to acquire the position of the other Controllers' aircraft and mentally integrate the position information with the information with his or her own aircraft  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-04632-6_9 fatcat:eed75vvc3fdkxmvguwtp3y3pwy

Concept and Economic Evaluation of Prescriptive Maintenance Strategies for an Automated Condition Monitoring System

Robert Meissner, Hendrik Meyer, Kai Wicke
2021 International Journal of Prognostics and Health Management  
Furthermore, we develop a prescriptive maintenance strategy by modeling the involved stakeholders of aircraft and line maintenance operations with their functional dependencies.  ...  Subsequently, we estimate the expected implications for a small aircraft fleet with the introduction of such a monitoring system with various levels of technological maturity.  ...  The maintenance planning document is specifically designed to aid the planning of maintenance activities for aircraft operators.  ... 
doi:10.36001/ijphm.2021.v12i3.2911 fatcat:trg5g76ii5cqxlifztz63tcpci

Page 266 of Human Factors Vol. 3, Issue 4 [page]

1961 Human Factors  
for maintenance personnel, Analysis of the future of the Aircar.  ...  Projected Study of the relationship between the amount Research on impact survival in air transport accidents (injuries are related to causative agents with attention focused upon occupant restraint, cabin  ... 

Page 33 of Journal of the Aerospace Sciences Vol. 9, Issue 2 [page]

1941 Journal of the Aerospace Sciences  
A revised catalogue of 18 pages, presenting electric and pneumatic tools for aircraft construction and maintenance.  ...  Machining Aids Cutting and Grinding Compounds.  ... 

Page 67 of Aerospace Engineering Vol. 2, Issue 6 [page]

1943 Aerospace Engineering  
Maintenance Aircraft Service Organization the Gateway to Sound Operation. Arthur L. Fornoff.  ...  It is explained that, even when aircraft are damaged beyond re- ‘pair, salvage is of vital importance ’ £ both as a source of raw material and as an aid to research development.  ... 
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