Determination of Depreciation Period of Automobile Operation Through Physical Wear Coefficient
Keywords:physical wear, coefficient, function, linear, automobile, depreciation, operation, rolling stock
The paper touches upon a newly developed methodology for determining the automobile physical wear coefficient, taking into account some technological factors during operation that compose the rolling stock life cycle in the given operating conditions. A concept for determining the operation period of an automobile has been proposed based on maintaining the smooth operation of the rolling stock throughout the life cycle. The quantitative and qualitative indicators of automobile physical wear are determined aimed at solving the problem. The theoretical and scientific experimental research has identified the analytical connections of their interactions and relations. Given the stochastic nature of physical wear coefficient variations, it has been considered as a random value, and the characteristics of its variations pattern have been determined.
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