Development Program for an Aircraft Reliability and Maintainability Simulation (ARMS) Model. Volume 1. Program Description
Final rept. Jun 1974-Dec 1975
RAIL CO BALTIMORE MD
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The Aircraft Reliability and Maintainability Simulation ARMS model concept was developed by the U. S. Army Air Mobility Research and Development Laboratory, Eustis Directorate. The ARMS model is a management tool which permits observation of the impact of a proposed action prior to implementation. The model is used to simulate aircraft operating in user-defined operational and maintenance scenarios. It is designed to allow the user almost complete flexibility in defining aircraft components with their associated failure rates and repair requirements and in defining necessary resources such as ground support equipment.
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