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|Also sometimes referred to as an "End-of-Warranty Report".
An assessment of the performance of the warrantable assets during their active warranty period, relative to the warranty requirements, which includes evaluation of numerous things.
A form of physical needs assessment (PNA).
One of the many decision support tools to assist owners, managers and operators.
Scope of the Review
Listed below are some of the considerations in defining the scope of a warranty review:
I n c l u d e d:
Included below are some of the key steps in the warranty review process:
Methodology & Domain Knowledge
Listed below are some of the concepts taken into consideration by the consulting team when making evaluations and analysis for the warranty review:
Listed below are some of the merits and advantages of a warranty review:
Challenges & Management Principles
Listed below are some of the challenges associated with the procurment and management of warranty reviews:
Fig. Warranty review inspection being carried out an asset in the field.
Fig. Document review being carried out as part of the warranty review process.
Fig. The four asset management schedules (highlighted in "green") that are necessary to support a warranty review.
Fig. Physical needs assessment (PNA) as part of the triad of three classes of assessments.
Fig. Matrix of assessment tools for vertical assets, linear assets and portable assets.
Fig. Matrix of datas associated with each of the three classes of assessment
Fig. I. Care is using destructive testing (and other creative means) to reveal the hidden stuff going on in the iceberg under the surface (latent defects, concealed conditions, lagging indicators, legacy problems, root causes, back-of-house, interval censoring, covert failures, and potential failures).
Fig. The alignment of the different types of assessments to each asset (the mix) and the register those that have been commissioned to date (the status)
Fig. Cycles of assessments and re-assessments for PNAs, CNAs and FNAs over a 40-year planning horizon.
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Fig. I. Care is figuring out the right balance of assessments for his assets, including: physical needs assessment (PNA), capital needs assessment (CNA) and functional needs assessment (FNA)
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