Modelling of effective scrap rates for V2500 engine


Maintenance operations of aircraft engines are a costly and complex task with an annual revenue of over one billion dollars for MTU Aero Engines. Optimization potential lies in determining when to schedule shop visits for engines in order to reduce overall costs, improve planning of spare parts and create more sophisticated cost models of maintenance. At MTU Aero Engines, there are various data sources available such as worldwide flight tracking, in-flight sensor measurements and detailed shop visit report data.

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The results of this project were summarized in a final presentation and explained in detail in the final documentation