Aircraft and engine health-monitoring solutions are at the heart of predictive maintenance and the “on-condition” maintenance model. Knowing when a part is likely to fail, or when degradation in its performance will affect the life of another component, allows engineers to perform corrective actions that avoid costlier and time-consuming work later on. Although predictive maintenance is a relatively modern trend, to some extent health monitoring always has been performed, for ...

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