Quantifying the Impact of Aircraft Cannibalization Task MM0206. Principal Investigator C. Richard Cassady, Ph.d., P.E. Co-Principal Investigators Scott J. Mason, Ph.D., P.E.
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Principal Investigator C. Richard Cassady, Ph.d., P.E.
Co-Principal Investigators Scott J. Mason, Ph.D., P.E.
Justin R. Chimka, Ph.D.
Graduate Research Assistants Kellie Schneider
Undergraduate Research Assistants Chase Rainwater
ASC PA 03-2420 9/15/03
failure – remove part j (time Rj) – send removed part off for repair (time Lj)
spare part j available?
install part j (time Ij)
cannibalize (time Cj) – cannibalized aircraft now needs both parts
repaired part j returned to base
failed aircraft waiting for only part j?
install part j on failed aircraft
failed aircraft waiting for both parts?
spare of other part available?
add part to inventory
(min, mode, max) in hr