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Optimal economic production quantity policy for imperfect process with imperfect repair and maintenance

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  • Liao, Gwo-Liang
  • Chen, Yen Hung
  • Sheu, Shey-Huei

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This study integrates maintenance and production programs with the economic production quantity (EPQ) model for an imperfect process involving a deteriorating production system with increasing hazard rate: imperfect repair and rework upon failure (out of control state). The imperfect repair performs some restorations and restores the system to an operating state (in-control state), but leaves its failure until perfect preventive maintenance (PM) is performed. There are two types of PM, namely imperfect PM and perfect PM. The probability that perfect PM is performed depends on the number of imperfect maintenance operations performed since the last renewal cycle. Mathematical formulas are obtained for deriving the expected total cost. For the EPQ model, the optimum run time, which minimizes the total cost, is discussed. Various special cases are considered, including the maintenance learning effect. Finally, a numerical example is presented to illustrate the effects of PM, setup, breakdown and holding costs.

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  • Liao, Gwo-Liang & Chen, Yen Hung & Sheu, Shey-Huei, 2009. "Optimal economic production quantity policy for imperfect process with imperfect repair and maintenance," European Journal of Operational Research, Elsevier, vol. 195(2), pages 348-357, June.
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