Failure modes will be examined and input from other work packages gathered to outline what maintenance methods may be necessary. SKF will assist in the developing of an effective Condition Monitoring strategy/ philosophy that can improve maintainability. Refers to task 4.4.
Intellectual property (IP) generated during the project will be a metric of success. This will ensure sustained exploitation from the project. Refers to task 7.5.
Catalogue of all publications, conference presentations, workshops, and webinars based on the findings of this project. Refers to task 7.5.
A comprehensive communication plan indicating all the communication and dissemination activities will be developed and updated when necessary. Refers to task 7.1.
Update materials from D7.3 to include findings and results from final year of testing. Refers to task 7.3 & 7.4.
A series of educational support material will be created and made freely available to lecturers and educators when teaching the next generation of engineers. This material will include facts and figures, video clips, real experience anecdotes and (non-confidential) technical worked examples of the various design challenges faced during the project. Refers to task 7.3 & 7.4.
To support all dissemination activities, the work package will establish a website which will act as a knowledge sharing platform and will also provide information about the project; progress, challenges, updates and links to publications or other dissemination events. Refers to task 7.2.
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Author(s): Narendran Kumar, Christopher McCallum, Gary James Britton, John Doran
Published in: International Journal of Materials, Mechanics and Manufacturing, 8/1, 2020, Page(s) 12-16, ISSN 1793-8198
Publisher: International Journal of Materials, Mechanics and Manufacturing