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1 RCM-Tool v1.0 Demo Performing Welcome to the RCM-Tool RCM-Tool
Demonstrates how to perform an actual RCM-analysis in RCM-Tool... Performing RCM-Tool Analysis Welcome to the RCM-Tool version 1 demonstration. This demo will demonstrate the capabilities and power of the RCM-Tool System. RCM-Tool Reporting Please select what you would like to have demonstrated! Demonstrates the reporting capabilities of RCM-Tool... Configure an RCM-Tool Project Demonstrates how to customize and configure RCM-Tool to your needs...

2 Performing an RCM-Tool Analysis
Doing the actual RCM-analysis using the RCM-Tool consists of the following step: Step 1: Create the Function Go Step 2: Assign Equipments Go Step 3: Perform the Function Failure Analysis Go Step 4: Perform FMECA Go Step 5: Decide Maintenance Strategy Go Step 6: Assign Maintenance Task & Spare Parts required Go RCM-Tool Reporting Go

3 The RCM-Tool Workspace Explorer
Connected equipment/parts to currently selected function Function or system hierarchy may be used Possible to work with several projects at the same time. Step 1: Create a Function RCM steps

4 Step 1: Creating a New Function
Possible to make a system hierarchy by using tag numbers Degree of redundancy may be entered directly and shown in the function hierarchy Redundant functions may be connected to “sibling” function Step 2: Assign Equipment RCM steps

5 Step 2: Assign Equipment
Press button to assign equipment and parts to the new function. RCM steps

6 Step 2: Assign Equipment
Several equipment levels may be entered and connected, to create an equipment hierarchy under the function hierarchy. If similar equipment is analyzed previously, it may be found in the equipment database and copied. The user decides which fields that shall be shown in the equipment assignment dialogue. (This is done during the configuration of the project). Equipment and parts assigned to perform this function Step 3: Perform Function Failure Analysis RCM steps

7 Step 3: Function Failure Analysis
Enter function failures, failure observability and other relevant information. Link equipment/parts to the relevant function failure RCM steps

8 Step 3: Function Failure Analysis
Go to FMECA! You may enter more equipment/parts if necessary. RCM steps

9 Step 4: Perform FMECA Failure Mode, Effect and Consequence Analysis
for the equipment failure leading to the function failure. Criticality assessment Analysis may be saved in the equipment database and used for other projects. RCM steps

10 Step 4: Perform FMECA - Criticality Assessment
Consequence levels are picked from pre-defined dropdown-list Consequence level may be corrected with respect to probability of occurrence and degree of redundancy RCM steps

11 Step 4: Perform FMECA - Criticality Assessment
Acceptable criticality level is pre-defined for the project RCM steps

12 Step 4: Perform FMECA - Criticality Assessment
Criticality results are listed in the FMECA. For critical failure modes, preventive maintenance shall be assigned! RCM steps

13 Step 5: Decide Maintenance Strategy
By using a Decision Logic Diagram, the optimal maintenance strategy is identified RCM steps

14 Step 5: Decide Maintenance Strategy
By answering Yes or No to the questions asked in the Decision Logic Diagram, the user will find the correct maintenance strategy. RCM steps

15 Step 5: Decide Maintenance Strategy
Changes and updates are easy to make. If the question is answered in the FMECA, the answer is given automatically. RCM steps

16 Step 6: Assign Maintenance Tasks
Task description, interval and any logistic requirements are entered by the user. RCM steps

17 Step 6: Assign Maintenance Tasks - Required Spare Parts
Spare parts requirements may be identified for all maintenance tasks RCM steps

18 Finshed Performing RCM-analysis: The Function Status
For all functions, the analysis status can be found in the status bar. RCM steps

19 RCM-Tool Reporting RCM-Tool has the possiblity to generate reports in several different ways. This demo path shows how you can utilize and customize the reporting capabilities of RCM-Tool to your needs. Job Sorting - Basic Functionality Go Job Sorting: Configure your own report listing Go Generate HTML-report Go

20 Job Sorting - Basic Functionality
The results from the RCM analysis may be sorted in various ways, and grouped together by the user. This makes it easy to export results to the maintenance management system. Reporting

21 Job Sorting - Basic Functionality
New groups are easily made, and given a group name and a longer description. The maintenance tasks that belong together are simply clicked on and added to the relevant group Reporting

22 Job Sorting - Configure Your Own
The RCM results may be sorted in any way, and the user may define his own sorting preferences. All fields in the RCM analysis may be used as sorting criteria, in any order. Reporting

23 Generate HTML-Report The user decides which part(s) of the
analysis to show in the report. Reporting

24 Generate HTML-Report Reports are generated as web-pages, and may be
shown in any web browser. This makes reading and distribution easy and effective. Reporting

25 Generate HTML-Report Reporting

26 Generate HTML-Report In the function tree, just
click on the function to see analysis information and results.

27 RCM-Tool Project Configuration
With RCM-Tool you are able to configure your project and your RCM-procedure to adapt to your industry segment, as wells as reflect your company’s needs and policies. The configuration process is accomplished in the RCM-Tool Project Configuration Wizard and consists of the following steps: Configure Project Settings Go Configure Screens and Data Fields Go Configure Criticality Go Configure Decision Tree Go Build you project! Go Configure Standard Codes Go

28 Configure Project Settings
Click Next to continue... Config. steps

29 Configure Project Settings
Project information is entered first. This may be altered later. Click Next to continue... You may base the new project on existing projects or on predefined templates, or start from scratch with the master template. Config. steps

30 Configure Project Settings
Click Next to continue... Choose analysis parts to alter. If you want to keep the template as is, just continue without ticking of any of the boxes. Config. steps

31 Configure Project Settings
You may use a function tree with internal numbering, or your own system hierarchy with tag numbers. Click Next to continue... Config. steps

32 Configure Screens & Data Fields
Click Edit to continue... Config. steps

33 Configure Screens & Data Fields
Decide if the field is to be included, and if it shall be required to fill it in. Define input method. (Free text or pre-defined drop down lists) Caption text may be altered as you prefer. Add help text for the user. This will appear as the user points at the field caption. Config. steps Click OK to continue...

34 Configure Criticality
Click “Criticality..” to see criticality configuration... Config. steps

35 Configure Criticality
Click “Frequency Correction” to continue... You may define your own criticality categories. Level tags (consequence levels) may be defined as preferred by the user. Config. steps

36 Configure Criticality
Click on Redundancy Correction to continue... A correction matrix with respect to consequence frequency may be defined. The criticality level may be increased/decreased depending on the frequency. Frequency levels may be defined by the user. Config. steps

37 Configure Criticality
A correction matrix with respect to function redundancy may also be defined. The criticality level may be increased/decreased depending on the degree of redundancy. Click OK to continue... The user may define degrees of redundancy for criticality correction. Config. steps

38 Configure Decision Tree
You may choose between several pre-defined decision logic diagrams. Click “View” to continue... Config. steps

39 Configure Decision Tree
Click here to view another decision tree template... Config. steps

40 Configure Decision Tree
Click here to continue... Config. steps

41 Build Your Project! If you are certain that you have the project
configuration as you want, click finish. The program then builds the project environment after your specifications. Config. steps

42 Configure Standard Codes
Standard codes may also be imorted from an Excel worksheet. You may define the contents of all drop-down lists yourself, or use pre-defined contents. Config. steps

43 Users and User Rights Assignment
For all projects, one ore more users may be defined and given access. Users may be performers, verifiers or administrative users. Adminstrative users should have special training, as they may make changes to the program. Config. steps

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