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- ‘Lam and Lin (2004) integrated some replacement policies into corrective maintenance. Corrective or Failure-based Maintenance (FBM) is unscheduled maintenance or repair to return the machine to a defined state. There are no interventions until a failure has occurred. Lewis (1999) addressed corrective maintenance as reactive maintenance, where any emergency breakdown will lead to a bigger impact on the operation. Since the failures are unplanned, they might result in a big loss to the organization in terms of cost and time. Therefore, a better maintenance concept must be introduced to prevent this unplanned downtime and reduce the cost of the failure. The breakdown maintenance concept is still applied to equipment that is not mission critical and where the downtime would not affect the main operation of the organization, such as light bulbs and consumable parts. Lam and Lin (2004) have introduced some numerical methods and designed optimal replacement policies in FBM.’ (https://www.intechopen.com/books/efficient-decision-support-systems-practice-and-challenges-from-current-to-future/an-efficient-failure-based-maintenance-decision-support-system-for-smalland-medium-industries)
- Corrective or Failure-based Maintenance (FBM) is unscheduled maintenance or repair to return the machine to a defined state.