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Maintenance decision support for sustainable performance: problems and research directions at the crossroads of health management and eco-design

Abstract : Despite companies progressively taking sustainable performance into account through various governmental incentives and policies, most still have their own strategic, tactical or operational targets based essentially on economic criteria (turnover, productivity, inventory valuation...). Since the 2000s, the scientific community has been more particularly interested in sustainable operations management, but little research addresses the three dimensions together: economic, social and environmental. Although product and production system maintenance has a significant impact on economic, environmental and social performance, and therefore sustainability, it is no exception. In this paper, we investigate research in the field of maintenance decision support to highlight the gaps we consider to be among the causes of the partial control of sustainable performance in this domain. We then show that some solutions could take inspiration from prognostic and health management, as well as eco-design practices. This investigation led us to establish lines of research for the control of sustainable performance in maintenance.
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Olivier Sénéchal. Maintenance decision support for sustainable performance: problems and research directions at the crossroads of health management and eco-design. 3rd IFAC Workshop on Advanced Maintenance Engineering, Services and Technology AMEST 2016, Oct 2016, Biarritz, France. pp.85-90, ⟨10.1016/j.ifacol.2016.11.015⟩. ⟨hal-03416145⟩

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