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Models of Failure

Author : Ilya Gertsbakh
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The increase in the requirements on the reliability of units makes it necessary to analyze the relationship between mathematicalmeth ods of calculating reliability and the physical nature of fail ures. The difficulty of such an analysis is obvious. On the one hand, in making a representation of the physical picture of a phe nomenon, one can make an error in the direction of excessive sim plification. On the other hand, in the mathematical treatment of the physical scheme, it may be necessary to use extremely complex and fine analytical methods, and their simplified exposition bor ders on vulgarization. Without the aid of a large number of specialists working in the field of analysis and calculation of systems reliability, an ex posi tion of models of failures and their mathematical treatment would be unobtainable. The authors take this opportunity to express their gratitude to Academicians N. G. B r u y vic e h and Y u. V. Lin n i k conversations with whom clarified a number of problems treated, to active member of the Academy of Sciences of the UkrSSR B. V.

Evaluation of High Temperature Gas Cooled Reactor Fuel Particle Coating Failure Models and Data

Author : Michael Tokar
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Structural Failure Models for Fault Tolerant Distributed Computing

Author : Timo Warns
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Timo Warns has developed tractable fault models that, while being non-probabilistic, are accurate for dependent and propagating faults. Using seminal problems such as consensus and constructing coteries, he demonstrates how the new models can be used to design and evaluate effective and efficient means of fault tolerance.

Handbook of Animal Models of Renal Failure

Author : Stephen R. Ash
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This text presents a variety of methods of creation of renal failure, by the author‘s experience in the study and support of laboratory animal models of renal failure. This text also discusses three studies on the mechanisms of renal damage and renal failure in animal models.

Clinical Disorders and Experimental Models of Erythropoietic Failure

Author : Melvin H. Freedman
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First published in 1993: This is the only recent book available that is completely devoted to failures of red blood cell production. A comprehensive review of the physiology of normal and deficient erythropoiesis is presented in a developmental perspective. The chapters provide the most up-to-date clinical concepts and trials, pose the important physiologic questions yet to be answered, and comprehensively review relevant modern technology in the assessment of erythroid failure. A pathophysiologic exposé gives students and others a simplified understanding of the subject. The book provides the clinician with a recommended approach to differential diagnosis, prognosis, and practical therapy for patients with aregenerative anemia. The relevance of biology is stressed by the analysis of animal models of anemia that have enhanced the understanding of erythropoietic failure in man.

A Failure Mode Assessment Model Based on Neutrosophic Logic for Switched Mode Power Supply Risk Analysis

Author : James J. H. Liou
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Reducing the potential risks in the manufacturing process to improve the reliability of the switched-mode power supply (SMPS) is a critical issue for the users’ safety. This paper proposes a novel failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) model based on hybrid multiple criteria decision-making (MCDM), which adopts neutrosophic set theory into the proposed model. A developed neutrosophic Best Worst method (NBWM) is used to evaluate the weights of risk factors and determine their importance. Secondly, the neutrosophic Weight Aggregated Sum Product Assessments (NWASPAS) method is utilized to calculate the Risk Priority Number (RPN) of thefailure modes.

Models of failure

Author : Ilʹja B. Gercbach
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Models of Failure

Author : I. B. Gertsbakh
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Actes de la Session

Author : International Statistical Institute
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A triumph of failed ideas European models of capitalism in the crisis

Author : Steffen Lehndorff
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The current crisis in Europe is being labelled, in mainstream media and politics, as a ‘public debt crisis’. The present book draws a markedly different picture. What is happening now is rooted, in a variety of different ways, in the destabilisation of national models of capitalism due to the predominance of neoliberalism since the demise of the post-war ‘golden age’. Ten country analyses provide insights into national ways of coping – or failing to cope – with the ongoing crisis. They reveal the extent to which the respective socio-economic development models are unsustainable, either for the country in question, or for other countries. The bottom-line of the book is twofold. First, there will be no European reform agenda at all unless each country does its own homework. Second, and equally urgent, is a new European reform agenda without which alternative approaches in individual countries will inevitably be suffocated. This message, delivered by the country chapters, is underscored by more general chapters on the prospects of trade union policy in Europe and on current austerity policies and how they interact with the new approaches to economic governance at the EU level. These insights are aimed at providing a better understanding across borders at a time when European rhetoric is being used as a smokescreen for national egoism.