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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Background
1.2. Description
1.3. Structure
2. RELIABILITY CENTRED MAINTENANCE
2.1. Maintenance and Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM)
2.2. RCM as a tool for Optimization of Operations and Maintenance activities
2.3. The Principles of RCM
2.4. The RCM Process – Basic Steps
2.4.1. Preparation
2.4.2. Analysis
2.4.3. Task Selection
2.4.4. Task Comparison
2.4.5. Task Comparison Review
2.4.6. Records
3. PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS
3.1. System Selection
3.2. System Boundaries
3.3. Required Materials and Documentation
3.4. Plant Personnel Interviews
3.5. Functional Failure Modes Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
3.5.1. System Functions
3.5.2. System Functional Failure
3.5.3. Identification of Equipment
3.5.4. Identification of Failure Modes
3.5.5. Identification of Failure Effects
3.5.6. Criticality
3.5.7. Maintenance criteria for Non-Critical components
3.5.8. Reliability and Performance Data collection and processing
3.6. Use of PSA to support RCM analysis
3.6.1. Systems selection
3.6.2. Identification of critical components
3.6.3. The impact of the maintenance activity changes on Plant Risk
3.6.4. The Increased Allowed Outage Time (AOT)
3.6.5. PSA Capability and Insights
3.7. Task Selection
3.7.1. Task Selection Guidance
3.7.2. Maintenance Templates
3.7.3. Task Selection Hierarchy
3.7.4. Task Options
3.7.5. Non Critical Components
3.7.6. Task Selection Review
3.7.7. Final Phase of Analysis
3.7.8. Perform Task Comparison
4. DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT
4.1. Management Involvement
4.2. Project Management
4.3. Analytical and Software Tools
4.4. Databases
4.5. Use of Contractors
4.6. Conditions Monitoring Programme
4.7. Skills and Competences
4.7.1. Project Management Skills
4.7.2. Training
4.8. Performance Indicators
4.9. Integration into O&M Process
4.10. Implementing recommendations
4.11. Living RCM
4.12. Factors for consideration in RCM implementation
5. BENEFITS
5.1. Primary Goals of RCM - Reliability
5.2. Cost Benefits
5.3. Contribution to Long Term Operation
5.4. Soft
5.4.1. Operations and Maintenance interaction
5.4.2. Justification of maintenance tasks
5.4.3. Feed back quality improved
5.4.4. A culture of economic performance
5.4.5. Questioning Attitude
REFERENCES
GLOSSARY
ABBREVIATIONS
ANNEX I STREAMLINED RCM
ANNEX II EXPERIENCE OF RCM IN EDF
ANNEX III RCM AT NPP DUKOVANY, CZECH REPUBLIC
ANNEX IV RCM EXPERIENCE IN ASCO/VANDELLOS, SPAIN
ANNEX VII RCM AT KOZLODUY NPP, BULGARIA
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IAEA TECDOC-1590 Application of Reliability Centred Maintenance to Optimize Operation and Maintenance in Nuclear Power Plants

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