LOGAN (SPARING) V1.0: MATHEMATICAL THEORY (RELEASE 1.0)

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Authors
  1. Vincent, P.A.
  2. Ormrod, M.K.
  3. Willner, L.
Corporate Authors
Operational Research Div, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
The Directorate of Logistics Analysis (D Log A) has developed a new computer model known as the LOGistics ANalyzer (LOGAN) that integrates three Logistic Support Analysis (LSA) functions, sparing, level of repair analysis, and life cycle costing under a single shell. The SPARING Module is primarily designed to determine the optimal allocation and quantity of repairable spares within a Maintenance Organization to achieve a desired system goal at minimum cost. The Module can also be used to reallocate existing stock or to determine any additional spares are required in a reprovisioning exercise. The primary objective of this document is to provide a mathematical description of the SPARING Module of the LOGAN program for those who require an in-depth knowledge of the model. The methodology, assumptions, and limitations of the model are described.
Keywords
Level Of Repair Analysis (LORA);LOGistics ANalyzer (LOGAN);Measure of Effectiveness (MOE);Logistics Support Analysis;Sparing Analysis;Mathematical optimization
Report Number
ORD-PR-9707 — Project Report
Date of publication
01 Jun 1997
Number of Pages
64
DSTKIM No
97-03886
CANDIS No
504135
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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