Understanding RAM Study
RAM (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability) Study is a detailed simulation of a process over its operating lifetime. It provides a prediction of the percentage availability (uptime) of the process, considering factors such as the process architecture, input and output variability, maintenance and operational philosophy, utility failure, and equipment failure rate.
Typically, a “base case” is analysed, consisting of a normal set of operating conditions. Variations are then introduced to study the impact of changes on the process availability.
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