AuthorGauttreau, Jeffrey Tyler
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractA mining trucks purpose is to move materials from one place to another. Due to the materials loaded and the conditions for which the trucks are operated, the useful life of truck bed surfaces can vary greatly. For a mining company, waiting for repairs on a truck will substantially cut into profits. This model aims to predict the rate at which the truck will wear and therefore give the customer foresight for when repairs will be necessary. We will show how the systems was designed and verified along the project lifecycle. This document verifies how system requirements have been met and the customer is satisfied with the project.
Degree ProgramHonors College