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|Title:||System Choice of the Technical Maintenance of Locomotives Equipped with on-Board Diagnostic Systems|
|Authors:||Bodnar, Borys Ye.|
Ochkasov, Oleksandr B.
|Keywords:||organization of maintenance and repair of locomotives|
on-board diagnostic systems
choosing a system of technical maintenance of locomotives
|Publisher:||Kaunas University of Technology; Publishing House “Technologija“, Kaunas, Lithuania|
|Citation:||Bodnar, B. System Choice of the Technical Maintenance of Locomotives Equipped with on-Board Diagnostic Systems / B. Bodnar, O. Ochkasov // Transport Means : Proceedings of 21st International Scientific Conference, September 20–22, 2017 / Kaunas University of Technology Klaipėda University [and others]. — Juodkrante, Kaunas, Lithuania, — 2017. — Part I. — P. 43—47. A fragment of the text.|
|Series/Report no.:||ISSN 1822-296 X (print); ISSN 2351-7034 (online)|
|Abstract:||EN: Any transport company seeks to reduce the cost of maintenance and repair of rolling stock, while maintaining the reliability of vehicles at a high level. Railway companies are aspiring to improve the railway engines maintaining system. However, many railway companies continue to use the preventive maintenance system for railway engines repairs. This system requires considerable funds for remedial maintenance and not always the amount of maintenance corresponds to real needs. The usage of this approach in the organization of maintenance can be considered morally obsolete. Especially this approach is not effective for railway engines equipped with on-board diagnostic systems. The article compares possible options for organizing maintenance and repair of railway engines. The usage of a combined maintaining system for railway engines equipped with on-board diagnostic systems is proposed. The main tasks that must be solved when choosing a system of technical maintenance of modern railway engines are formulated. The peculiarities of the choice of the between overhauls for railway engines equipped with on-board diagnostics systems are considered. A technology for building control systems for the reliability of hauling equipment is proposed. The issues that were discussed are relevant for many railway companies. The transition to more advanced system of hauling equipment maintenance will lead to a reduction in the cost of repairs while achieving a high level of reliability.|
|Description:||B. Bodnar: ORCID 0000-0002-3591-4772; O. Ochkasov: ORCID 0000-0002-7719-7214|
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