IRIM TECHNICAL GUIDE 4: IMPLEMENTATION OF RCM IN FACILITIES

Now available the 4 Guide: Guide for the implementation of RCM3 in facilities. The guide is of provide a via clear and practice for the implementation of RCM3 in various types of facilities, identifying them functions of them equipments analyzed, them failures, their causes and them measures preventive to adopt so not is materialize. Together with the Guide 4, IRIM has developed the RCM3® software, a program that guides, collects and manages the entire process in each analyzed system.


 ISBN: 978-84-608-6221-6

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Language: Spanish

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RCM3® is a software developed by IRIM for carry to out the process of implementation of RCM (Reliability Centred Maintenance, maintenance focused on reliability) of a form effective and practice.


INDEX

1. WHAT IS RCM?

1.1 RELIABILITY CENTERED MAINTENANCE 
1.2 RCM DOES NOT ANALYSE STATISTICAL DATA 
1.3 BRIEF HISTORY OF THE RCM
1.4 THE ADVANTAGES OF THE APPLICATION OF RCM

  • The improvement of safety
  • The improvement of the environmental impact
  • The increase of the production
  • The increase of reliability of the installation
  • The increase in knowledge of the installation
  • The decrease of the dependence of the manufacturers
  • The decrease of maintenance costs

1.5 DISADVANTAGES OF RCM
1.6 FAILURES IN PROJECTS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF RCM
1.7 A PROBLEM OF FOCUS: DO RCM APPLIED TO CRITICAL EQUIPMENT OR THE ENTIRE PLANT?
1.8 THE LEVEL OF DEPTH WITH WHICH ADDRESS THE STUDY
1.9 THE NINE KEY QUESTIONS 
1.10 OVERVIEW OF THE 10 PHASES OF RCM

2. THE PLANNING OF RCM PROCESS 

2.1 DEFINITION OF THE SCOPE
2.2 RESOURCES NEEDED
2.3 TIME INDICATION OF DURATION OF A PROCESS RCM
2.4 GLOBAL PLANNING

  • The sequence in which study the various systems
  • The equipment type
  • The compilation

2.5 THE MEETING OF RELEASE
2.6 PREVIOUS DECISIONS

3. THE DETERMINATION OF OBJECTIVES

3.1 THE SELECTION OF INDICATORS
3.2 AVAILABILITY

  • Gross and net availability
  • On which items to calculate availability
  • Variants of the availability: MTBF and MTTR

3.3 RELIABILITY
3.4 THE RATE OF EMERGENCY 
3.5 THE RATE OF REPETITIVE FAULTS
3.6 MAINTENANCE COST 

4. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE HIERARCHICAL TREE 

4.1 HIERARCHICAL STRUCTURES TYPES
4.2 HIERARCHICAL STRUCTURE ACCORDING TO THE LOCATION
4.3 STRUCTURE HIERARCHICAL FUNCTIONAL
4.4 DOUBLE HIERARCHICAL STRUCTURE
4.5 TECHNIQUE LOCATION AND EQUIPMENT 
4.6 CODIFICATION OF ASSETS
4.7 EXAMPLE OF HIERARCHY TREE OF ACTIVE

  • Areas
  • Systems
  • Subsystems and equipment

5. SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES

5.1 SPECIFICATIONS

  • The four types of specifications
  • Nominal value and range
  • Sources of information for the specifications

5.2 THE DETERMINATION OF THE FUNCTIONS

  • Specific functions
  • The way to express the functions
  • Functions derived from input specifications
  • Functions derived from environmental specifications
  • Functions derived from output specifications
  • General functions
  • Functions derived from performance specifications

5.3 THE DETERMINATION OF FUNCTIONS WITHOUT USING SPECIFICATIONS

6. FAILURES AND FAILURE MODES

6.1 DETERMINATION OF SPECIFIC AND GENERAL FAILURES

  • What is a failure?
  • Types

6.2 DETERMINATION OF THE FAILURE MODES

  • What is a failure mode?
  • Depth of the process of identification of failure modes
  • The causes of failures
  • Ishikawa diagram
  • Process of analysis of the causes of those failures
  • Sources of information to determine failure modes

6.3 ALTERNATIVE MODE TO DETERMINE FAILURE MODES 

7. CRITICALITY EVALUATION

7.1 FAILURE EVIDENCE
7.2 THE GRAVITY OF THE FAILURE

  • Failure consequences for the safety of persons
  • Failure consequences for the environment
  • Failure consequences for the production
  • Failure consequences in the quality
  • Failure consequences on repair costs
  • Rating overall of the gravity

7.3 THE PROBABILITY OF FAILURE
7.4 CRITICALITY OF THE FAILURES: COMBINATION OF FACTORS

8. THE ADOPTION OF PREVENTIVE OR PALLIATIVE MEASURES

8.1 PREVENTIVE MEASURES TYPES
8.2 ALIGNMENT OF RCM3 WITH 3.0 MAINTENANCE
8.3 MODIFICATIONS
8.4 CHANGES IN OPERATING PROCEDURES
8.5 CHANGES IN MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
8.6 MAINTENANCE TASKS

  • Maintenance tasks types
  • Relationship between the criticality and the tasks of maintenance
  • Frequency with which carry out the task
  • The specialty of the task

8.7 PALLIATIVE MEASURES
8.8 DECISION DIAGRAM

  • Hidden faults
  • Insignificant faults
  • Tolerable faults
  • Significant failures
  • Critical faults

8.9 PREVENTIVE MEASURES GROUPING
8.10 RESULTS IMPLEMENTATION

  • Improvements list
  • Maintenance plan
  • Development of procedure
  • Development of formative activities
  • Spare acquisition

8.11 RESULTS MONITORING

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