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J. Ocean Eng. Technol. 2012;26(2):58-67.    
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5574/KSOE.2012.26.2.058   

Conceptual Design of Product & Asset Lifecycle Management System for Marine Structures During Middle of Life
Kim Seung-Hyun,Lee Jang-Hyun,Son Gum-Jun,Han Eun-Jung
Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering Graduate School Inha university,Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering Inha University,Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering Graduate School Inha university,Korea
선박해양구조물의 유지보수 단계 수명주기관리 정보 시스템의 개념 설계와 구현
인하대학교 대학원 조선해양공학과,인하대학교 조선해양공학과,인하대학교 대학원 조선해양공학과,(사)한국선급 선박해양시스템연구원
Copyright © 2012 The Korean Society of Ocean Engineers     Open access / Under a Creative Commons License
Key Words: PALM, PEID(Product embedded information device), Maintenance, Middle of life, BOM(Bill of material
핵심용어: 제품수명주기정보 관리, 유지보수, 유지보수주기
Recently, both the integration of product data during design and production and the effective management of information during full lifecycles have attracted attention from shipyards and ship owners as a result of recycling regulations and a desire for efficient operations. Generally, PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) supports a collaborative environment during the BOL (Beginning of Life) stage, while an ALM (Asset Lifecycle Management) system provides all of the information required to maintain, overhaul, and discard/recycle all or part of a vessel during the MOL (Middle of Life) and EOL (End of Life) stages. The main goal of this paper is to suggest the fundamental configuration of a PALM (Product Asset Lifecylce Management) system and a method that can be used to utilize a marine vessel's lifecycle information during the MOL, emphasizing the maintenance information during the middle of life. The authors also suggest a PALM system configuration in which lifecycle information can be collected by a PEID (Product Embedded Information Device) integrating a microcomputer, sensors, and wireless network communication. Through a prototype PALM system, the suggested features and PALM system configuration are implemented.
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