Process Improvement and Maintenance Engineering

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Course Venue:

ARCH Computer Laboratory

Fine Arts
College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology


Course Schedule

3 PM: 
4 PM
4 PM: 
5 PM
5 PM: 
6 AM
Course Code: 
TID 7107
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 2
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Graduate Level
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 

The aim of the course is to present a comprehensive overview of methodologies and analyses in the fields of process improvement and reliability / maintenance engineering. Objectives

  1. To give students a comprehensive overview of the field of maintenance and process improvement, from a management as well as technical perspective.
  2. To give students the confidence and capability to conduct further work or research in this important field.
  3. Enable students to work in groups to improve problem-solving skills using computation, and to apply fact-based analyses to design maintenance and process improvement strategies and plans.


Learning Outcomes: 

At the end of the course the students are required to know the following;

  1. Understand the steps involved in specifying equipment at the time of purchase and the importance of an ongoing reliability and condition monitoring program to ensure that performance is maintained and both condition and risk are appropriately identified and managed.
  2. Understand the various methodologies used in industry to estimate the level of reliability and remaining life of a critical component at a certain point in time, using statistical and mathematical techniques where appropriate.
  3. Understand the principle of Reliability-centered Maintenance (RCM), TPM, CMMS, and FMECA.
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