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RE-manufaCturing and Refurbishment LArge Industrial equipMent

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"RECLAIM Use Cases Definition &Operational Requirements #2"

Contains in details the use cases using also respective UML diagrams and operational fieldrelated requirements in the second version including updates in use cases additions andor revisions and further finetune of operational needs

Machinery Operation Profiling

Contains a full description on the operational information that can be collected from the machinery by RECLAIM framework Includes healthindex performance and production indices Initial version at M8 includes the specifications for all machinery that will be supported for the industrial pilots foreseen in RECLAIM

"RECLAIM Use Cases Definition &Operational Requirements #3"

Contains in details the use cases using also respective UML diagrams and operational fieldrelated requirements in the final version including updates in use cases additions andor revisions and further finetune of operational needs

"Lessons Learned and updated requirements report #2"

Contains an updated version of lessons learned from the design phases of the RECLAIM framework and how the requirements have been evolved in due time Linked with WP2 and T24 activities

"Lessons Learned and updated requirements report #3"

Contains the final version of lessons learned from the design phases of the RECLAIM framework and how the requirements have been evolved in due time Linked with WP2 and T24 activities

Communication and Dissemination Master Plan

Contains the detailed communication and dissemination strategy including material designed Updated version M19 will include revisions if any in the strategy for the remaining lifetime of the project

"The RECLAIM architecture specification #2"

Provides the finalised architectural viewpoints of RECLAIM framework conceptual communication deployment development etc include detailed UML sequence diagrams context diagrams for all core architectural elements

RECLAIM Information Model

Contains the holistic life-cycle set of information models that will be used as part of the RECLAIM framework to support refurbishment & re-manufacturing scenarios.Final version (at M24) will include models also for reliability analysis.

"The RECLAIM architecture specification #3"

Provides the finalised architectural viewpoints of RECLAIM framework conceptual communication deployment development etc include detailed UML sequence diagrams context diagrams for all core architectural elements

Circular Economy-driven lifetime-extension strategies

The report will provide in details different strategies to support Circular Economy to the machinery value chain. It will also deliver a concrete methodology that can be applied to other relevant industrial environments.

"Regulatory & Ethical Helpdesk Report #1"

Contains regulatory and ethical issues related to project activities that shall be taken into account during project activities in a first version

"RECLAIM Reliability analysis tool #3"

Contains the final version of the tool supporting the characterisation of production systems acquisition of machines failure data and calculation of reliability metrics

"RECLAIM Use Cases Definition &Operational Requirements #1"

Contains in details the use cases (using also respective UML diagrams) and operational (field-related) requirements in a first version. Next versions (M18, M30) will provision updates in use cases (additions and/or revisions) and further fine-tune of operational needs.

"Initial requirements specification #2"

The document will contain updated highlevel requirements based on enduser needs and questionnaires and specifications for the RECLAIM framework Linked with Tasks 21 and T22

Initial requirements specification

The document will contain only high-level requirements (based on end-user needs and questionnaires) and specifications for the RECLAIM framework. Linked with Tasks 2.1 and T2.2.

"Lessons Learned and updated requirements report #1"

Contains mainly lessons learned from the design phases of the RECLAIM framework and how the requirements have been evolved in due time. Linked with WP2 and T2.4 activities.

The RECLAIM architecture specification

Provide in details the architectural viewpoints of RECLAIM framework (conceptual, communication, deployment, development, etc.), include detailed UML sequence diagrams, context diagrams for all core architectural elements. Revised version is anticipated by M24.

"Initial requirements specification #3"

The document will contain finalised highlevel requirements based on enduser needs and questionnaires and specifications for the RECLAIM framework Linked with Tasks 21 and T22

Inference of refurbishment and re-manufacturing plan

Contains in details the plans to support RECLAIM strategies for refurbishment remanufacturing

"RECLAIM Reliability analysis tool #2"

Contains the updated version of the tool supporting the characterisation of production systems acquisition of machines failure data and calculation of reliability metrics

Introduction Video

Contains the first release of the RECLAIM video for the wider public, including material used for its production.

Website and Social Media Channels

Full presentation of the web site content, its sections and technology used, as well as the social media accounts promoted by RECLAIM.

"Data Management Plan #1"

Contains information for the data models and other information that will constitute the Open Data Repository of the project in a first version.

Publicaciones

Deep multi-sensorial data analysis for production monitoring in hard metal industry

Autores: Thanasis Kotsiopoulos, Lampros Leontaris, Nikolaos Dimitriou, Dimosthenis Ioannidis, Filipe Oliveira, Joaquim Sacramento, Stamatis Amanatiadis, Georgios Karagiannis, Konstantinos Votis, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Panagiotis Sarigiannidis
Publicado en: The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 2020, ISSN 0268-3768
Editor: Springer Verlag
DOI: 10.1007/s00170-020-06173-1

Low-Cost Piezoelectric Sensors for Time Domain Load Monitoring of Metallic Structures During Operational and Maintenance Processes

Autores: Irene Perez-Alfaro, Daniel Gil-Hernandez, Oscar Muñoz-Navascues, Jesus Casbas-Gimenez, Juan Carlos Sanchez-Catalan, Nieves Murillo
Publicado en: Sensors, Issue 20/5, 2020, Page(s) 1471, ISSN 1424-8220
Editor: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/s20051471

RECLAIM: Toward a New Era of Refurbishment and Remanufacturing of Industrial Equipment

Autores: Angeliki Zacharaki, Thanasis Vafeiadis, Nikolaos Kolokas, Aikaterini Vaxevani, Yuchun Xu, Michael Peschl, Dimosthenis Ioannidis, Dimitrios Tzovaras
Publicado en: Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence, Issue 3, 2021, ISSN 2624-8212
Editor: Frontiers
DOI: 10.3389/frai.2020.570562

Developing a Circular Business Model for Machinery Life Cycle Extension by Exploiting Tools for Digitalization

Autores: Federica Cappelletti; Silvia Menato
Publicado en: Sustainability, Issue 15(21), 2023, ISSN 2071-1050
Editor: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su152115500

Circular Economy Strategies for Equipment Lifetime Extension: A Systematic Review

Autores: Alessandro Fontana, Andrea Barni, Deborah Leone, Maurizio Spirito, Agata Tringale, Matteo Ferraris, Joao Reis, Gil Goncalves
Publicado en: Sustainability, Issue 13/3, 2021, Page(s) 1117, ISSN 2071-1050
Editor: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su13031117

Towards Smart Remanufacturing and Maintenance of Machinery - Review of Automated Inspection, Condition Monitoring and Production Optimisation

Autores: Zezhong Wang, Yuchun Xu, Xianghong Ma, Gareth Thomson
Publicado en: 2020 25th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA), 2020, Page(s) 1731-1738, ISBN 978-1-7281-8956-7
Editor: IEEE
DOI: 10.1109/etfa46521.2020.9212110

REPLICA: A Solution for Next Generation IoT and Digital Twin Based Fault Diagnosis and Predictive Maintenance

Autores: Rosaria Rossini; Davide Conzon; Gianluca Prato; Claudio Pastrone; João Reis; Gil Gonçalves
Publicado en: Eclipse SAM IoT Conference (2020), 2020
Editor: CEUR-WS
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4668593

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