An Aircraft Engine Condition Monitoring System (ACMS) is a predictive maintenance tool consisting of a high capacity flight data acquisition unit and the associated sensors that sample, monitor, and record, information and flight parameters from significant aircraft systems and components.
Condition monitoring (CM) is a critical component of predictive maintenance. It is the process by which one or more parameters of a machine are either periodically measured, or continuously monitored, to identify significant changes that usually are indicative of a failure in progress.
This allows the operator to plan maintenance actions focused on avoiding failures and their consequences. Continuous condition monitoring is most often applied to rotating machinery such as fans, compressors, pumps, and combustion engines.
Depending upon the piece of machinery or type of component concerned, there are a number of different parameters that can be measured or monitored. There are also a number of different types of sensor with which these measurements can be accomplished.
The Global Aircraft Engine Condition Monitoring System Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Aircraft Engine Condition Monitoring System Market – Efforts to Optimize Engine Repair and Maintenance Costs to Promote Growth Technavio The significance of predictive maintenance is well acknowledged by the major players in the industry.
Condition analytics is an independent tool that serves as a manufacturer-independent platform for condition monitoring and predictive maintenance. With the condition analytics platform, a major vendor offers software that is developed specifically for condition monitoring and predictive maintenance.
This system is implemented universally for presenting the actual condition of the fleet and predicts outages. This helps in implementing definite measures to prevent outages. The system also uses data and flight parameters from the quick access recorder (QAR) and/or direct access recorder (DAR).
Competent cost management is very important to achieve success in any industry. It is particularly critical in the airline business, considering its low-profit margins and unstable economic performance.
Although the aircraft maintenance cost is not the highest direct operating cost, it accounts for a significant portion of the controllable costs. An aircraft engine is a major airplane component in terms of investment, operating costs, and complexity.
However, its overhaul schedule is mostly independent of the regular maintenance check events of the aircraft. Modern engine maintenance is condition based and incurs a high cost. In addition, it is coupled with the risk of unexpected expenses.
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