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Volume 127, 2017The 11th International Conference on Axiomatic Design (ICAD 2017)
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Improving Reliability of a fire-fighting pump set with Axiomatic Design
1 Department of Innovation & Information Engineering, G. Marconi University, Via Plinio 44, 00193 Rome, Italy
2 Lean Six Sigma Researcher, Leanprove, Via A. La Marmora 45, 50121 Firenze, Italy
3 R&D Department DAB PUMPS Spa, Via Marco Polo 14, 35035 Mestrino (PD), Italy
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This paper introduces a case study featuring Axiomatic Design and Multi-Level Hierarchical model (MLH) applied to redesign a fire-fighting pump set. In particular, two different design concepts are presented to be applied to the supporting frame of the system to limit a vibration problem that can arise during potential malfunctioning of the fire-fighting pump. The selection of the best design has been carried out through reliability evaluation process and through the cost of failure based on the MLH model.
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