Maintainability Time Standards for Electronic Equipment
Final technical rept.
BOEING COMMERCIAL AIRPLANE CO SEATTLE WA
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Data have been developed to enable predictions to be made of the time taken for the maintenance of electronic equipment. The data provided are universal and can be used for any type of electronic equipment and for any conditions that are representative of actual operating maintenance environments. All standards are derived from General Purpose Data, a system of elemental time standards for simple sequences of body motions. Four K factors have been provided to enable synthesized task times to be related to actual times. The K factors account for personal, fatigue, and delay allowances, for learning, for skill, and for the error between actual and predicted time or variability. The contractors experience with the application of a similar set of elemental standard times for mechanical system maintenance resulted in a high degree of consistency and accuracy.
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment