Work order Scheduling at maintenance Sites for Commercial Aircraft Fleet

The effective planning of resources when scheduling maintenance tasks and repair jobs is an enormous challenge, especially for heavy industries such as aerospace and transportation manufacturers. In such industries, because of the product complexity and variety, not to mention continuous technological improvements, a broad range of maintenance tasks and high-performance services should be done over the course of a year to guarantee the safety and reliability of the products. The main contribution of the project is to address an important gap in the current theoretical methodologies and market software packages: the lack of an integrated tool to manage the resources in a maintenance site of the commercial aircraft fleets.

Faculty Supervisor:

Dr. Andrew Jardine


Alireza Rahimi Vahed


Bombardier Aerospace


Engineering - mechanical


Aerospace and defense


University of Toronto



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