This comprehensive text discusses engineering reliability theory and associated quantitative analytical methods and directly addresses design concepts for improved reliability. It includes such topics as failure data banks, robots, transit systems, equipment replacement, and human errors. This book will prove useful to researchers and technical managers, as well as graduate students of aeronautical, mechanical, and structural engineering.According to a report published by the British Robot Association in 1984, 4, 5 the distribution of the robot population was ... the vehicle can be broken down into several functional subsystems such as6 engine and transmission; clutch, brakes, and ... electrical power supply and radio; exhaust; frame and mounting; climate control; suspension; fuel; driveline; and gage ... This section briefly describes two of these programs, as practiced by Ford Motor Company and Volvo Car Corporation.
|Author||:||B. S. Dhillon|
|Publisher||:||Amer Inst of Aeronautics & - 1988-06|