|Component Reliability data in Information Systems|
This project studies ontological concepts and their application in modeling of component data in information systems.
|Functional Fit for Maintenance Management|
The project studies modeling and evaluation techniques for assessing the suitability of a technical solution to maintenance process needs.
|Benefits of Mobile Workforce Management|
By creating models of the end-to-end flow of information, this small project studies the use of mobile support for maintenance staff from a benefit perspective including.
|Efficiency Measures in Electricity Distribution|
The aim of the project is to create models and evaluation methods for assessing the added benefit of a information system componentes to maintenance processes.
|Reliability- and cost- centered maintenance methods|
The goal for this project is to further develop the reliability-centred asset management method RCAM. The project includes both reliability and cost considerations, and is focused on the introduction of maintenance planning methods.
|Reliability modeling and design for complex power systems|
The main goal of this research is the study, development and computer implementation of techniques and methods suitable for the assessment of reliability of complex power systems.
|Life time modeling and management of transformers|
The objective of this project is to develop a quantitative probabilistic model, based on both failure statistics and measurements, for the life time of a transformer component.
|Electrical and thermal modeling of power transformers|
The overall goal of this project is to develop a transformer model that can be used for further development of the FRA method.
|Improved diagnostic methods and diagnostic criteria for machine insulation|
The aim of this project is to develop criteria of machine stator-insulation degradation based on a comparison of electrical measurements like dielectric spectroscopy, variable frequency partial discharge analysis, surface conductivity analysis and physics
|Physical modeling of partial discharges at variable frequency of applied voltage|
The project increased the understanding of measurements of partial discharges at variable frequency (VF-PRPDA) and the relation between the measured quantities and the physical properties of the electrical insulation.