The paper discusses the importance of granularity in maintenance requirements. This becomes significantly important when investigating false alarms that cannot be verified, nor duplicated under typical inspections. Continuing advances in electromechanical systems, such as an aircraft's fuel system, can frequently face a high number of No Fault Found (NFF) events due to design limitations associated with fault diagnosability. This work discusses such maintenance requirements whilst covering the human aspects of the design - involving stakeholders identification and presenting meaningful data identified from the requirements. Ideas to optimise system diagnostics (by using extra sensors) to recognise and reduce failure ambiguity groups are also discussed. This can help indicate how the most appropriate data can be selected to represent the aforementioned maintenance requirements, facilitate in trade-off analysis and making design decisions.
Khan, S. (2015). Maintenance Requirements in Aerospace Systems. In Procedia CIRP (Vol. 38, pp. 100–105). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procir.2015.07.078