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CONCEPT OF SELFMAINTAINing VEHICLES


DOI: 10.5937/jaes18-22537
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Volume 18 article 664 pages: 98 - 102

Srdjan Filipovic*
PUC ”Komunalne suzbe”, Pozarevac, Serbia

Nada Stanojevic
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Serbia

Davor Vujanovic
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Traffic and Transportation, Serbia

Milos Vasic
Institute for research and design in industry, Serbia

Goran Sinikovic
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Serbia

Main task of this paper is to present idea of self maintaining and make corresponding concept of self maintaining vehicles. Through setting parameters of self maintaining and providing algorithm of self maintenance in vehicles author made attempt to set basic principles in this area of research. Paper presents researched suitability of different drive trains of vehicles for self maintaining. Also, convenient artificial intelligence model for self maintaining was reviewed and discussed. Paper discuss near future and future development of maintenance of the vehicles according to presence of mechanical and electrical components. Conclusions made in this papers describes possible ways of future development of maintenance.

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