Simulation of Ageing of Aircraft

doi: 10.32560/rk.2022.2.3


In today’s world, there is increasing demand of new technologies. As the world is growing, new technologies are emerging. To sustain the new technologies, technologies used for its maintenance must be developed. In the aviation industry with respect to the Industry 4.0 system, its maintenance strategies are also developing. The aim to this study is to present a mathematical model which is used to predict the ageing of any technical system. The authors used the Markov process theory to model the ageing process. As per the model, results and future work are determined and discussed briefly.


Maintenance Ageing Process Aviation Markov Process

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M. Mohammed és L. Pokorádi, „Simulation of Ageing of Aircraft”, RepTudKoz, köt. 34, sz. 2, o. 29–36, márc. 2023.


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