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Recommended Practice for Prognostics and Health Management Systems

This recommended practice covers the broadest possible range of development and implementation of Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) systems. This recommended practice references IEEE 1856 for PHM definitions, and descriptions of PHM physical and computational elements. Where necessary, additional definitions and descriptions are provided to support accurate understanding of the development and implementation of PHM systems. The main body of this recommended practice provides example systems, including electronic, mechanical, pneumatic/hydraulic, and nuclear. This recommended practice provides methods for evaluating system PHM needs, defining PHM requirements, implementing, integrating, and verifying PHM systems, and managing the life cycle of PHM systems. The use of this recommended practice is not required throughout the industry. This recommended practice provides information to aid practitioners in the implementation of PHM that is appropriate and effective in supporting systems with the intent to explicitly understand and address the criticality of systems and cost/benefit provided to the system owner based on the total life cycle of that system.

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Working Group Details

IEEE Reliability Society
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Sponsor Committee
RS/SC - IEEE Reliability
Working Group
PHM STD WG - Prognostics and Health Management Standards Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Christy Bahn
Working Group Chair
Rex Sallade

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