The Changing Maintenance Business

The Changing Maintenance Business : International Conference, 11-13 October, 1994, the Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester, UK

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This volume contains the papers presented at an international conference on the railway maintenance business in October of 1994. The price of the title includes postage and packaging within the UK. The conference was organized by the Railway Division of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 150 pages
  • 200 x 250mm | 437g
  • Professional Engineering Publishing
  • Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom
  • Ill.
  • 0852989105
  • 9780852989104

Table of contents

The application of avionics reliability techniques to rail transport electronic systems, A.W. Briggs; Expert systems for railways monitoring in real time, G. Aranguren, J.L. Martin and J.A. Ezquerra; The introduction of the depots maintenance management system on London Underground, K. Paynter and D. Allison; Maintenance by the book, G.A. Lilleker and S.T. McBride; Standards for train maintainers - London Underground Limited developments, C. Holmes and M. Williams; Train operations - the technical partnership, D.W. Astill; Improvement of train reliability, A. McCusker; A business approach to light rail vehicle maintenance, R. Wahidi and A. Richards; The devolution of routine maintenance in London Underground, K. Beattie; Breaking organizational barriers - the development of an infrastructure commercial service group, J.R. Hailstone; Through the hoop - bidding for a train maintenance contract on LUL's Bakerloo Line, S.R. Johns and D.J. Bellett; Dollands moor - a new site, a new way of working, D.J. Simpson; The management of a change in safety attitudes, T.J. Green; Technical training to meet the Eurostar challenge, A.J. Corcoran; Training and development of train maintainers (investing in our people), S. Mason and A. Smith; Kowloon Canton Railway Corporation - Ho Tung Lau rolling stock maintenance centre - a unique facility, C.A. Gaskin and M.W.Q. Yeoman; Opportunities in the changing interface between the rolling stock engineer and the civil engineer, D.M. Wolfendale; Automatic fare collection maintenance by agreement, D.L. Field; Maintenance in a leasing contract, S. Heather and I. Flynn.
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