Reliability Theory and Practice

Reliability Theory and Practice

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Written by a pioneer in the development of reliability methods, this text applies statistical mathematics to the analysis of electrical, mechanical, and other systems employed in airborne, missile, and ground equipment. Geared toward upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, it is also a valuable reference for professionals. 1961 edition.However, the component manufacturer should test his components to know how good they are and what is he selling. ... In practice, this amounts to asking for the information defined by Equations (15.5) and (15.6) in Chapter 15, from which approximate failure rate curves can be drawn, or asking ... Another point which must be considered in electronic design is 182 RELIABILITY DESIGN ooNsIDERATIoNs.

Title:Reliability Theory and Practice
Author:Igor Bazovsky
Publisher:Courier Corporation - 2013-04-15


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