Maintenance

Maintenance may refer to:

  • Biological science
    • Maintenance respiration
    • Maintenance of an organism
  • Non-technical maintenance:
    • High-maintenance, slang expression
    • Alimony, also called maintenance in British English
    • Child maintenance, also commonly called "child support"
    • Champerty and maintenance, two related legal doctrines
    • Feudal maintenance, system of funding armies
  • Technical maintenance:
    • Aircraft maintenance
    • Maintenance, repair and operations
    • Car maintenance
    • Railroad track maintenance
    • Software maintenance
    • Property maintenance
  • General types of technical maintenance:
    • Condition-based maintenance
    • Corrective maintenance
    • Planned maintenance
    • Predictive maintenance
    • Preventive maintenance
    • Proactive maintenance
    • Reliability centered maintenance
    • Value driven maintenance

Other articles related to "maintenance":

Type Certificate - Continuing Airworthiness
... The approved maintenance program serves to maintain the aircraft airworthiness ... The maintenance may be light or heavy (such as overhauls) as dictated by the schedules and tasks in the aircraft's maintenance program ...
Methadone Maintenance
... Methadone maintenance is the use of methadone, a synthetic, habit forming drug used as a substitute, administered over a prolonged period of time (can be indefinite), as treatment for someone who is addicted to ... "Methadone maintenance makes possible a first step toward social rehabilitation ... Methadone maintenance can also be used for those that suffer with severe pain problems that are resistant to other drugs ...
Curtain Wall - Maintenance and Repair
... walls and perimeter sealants require maintenance to maximize service life ... Exposed glazing seals and gaskets require inspection and maintenance to minimize water penetration, and to limit exposure of frame seals and insulating glass seals to wetting ...

Famous quotes containing the word maintenance:

    ... in the fierce competition of modern society the only class left in the country possessing leisure is that of women supported in easy circumstances by husband or father, and it is to this class we must look for the maintenance of cultivated and refined tastes, for that value and pursuit of knowledge and of art for their own sakes which can alone save society from degenerating into a huge machine for making money, and gratifying the love of sensual luxury.
    Mrs. H. O. Ward (1824–1899)

    It is an injustice that an old, broken, half-dead father should enjoy alone, in a corner of his hearth, possessions that would suffice for the advancement and maintenance of many children.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)

    War is in truth a disease in which the juices that serve health and maintenance are used for the sole purpose of nourishing something foreign, something at odds with nature.
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)