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Reliability Data Bases

Author : Aniello Amendola
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Proceedings of the ISPRA-Course Held at the Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy, October 21-25, 1985, in Collaboration with EuReDatA

Design of Reliability Data Bases

Author : R.M. Cooke
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Reliability Data Banks

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Special Issue on Design of Reliability Data Bases

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Reliability

Author : Wallace R. Blischke
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Bringing together business and engineering to reliability analysisWith manufactured products exploding in numbers and complexity,reliability studies play an increasingly critical role throughout aproduct's entire life cycle-from design to post-sale support.Reliability: Modeling, Prediction, and Optimization presents aremarkably broad framework for the analysis of the technical andcommercial aspects of product reliability, integrating concepts andmethodologies from such diverse areas as engineering, materialsscience, statistics, probability, operations research, andmanagement. Written in plain language by two highly respectedexperts in the field, this practical work provides engineers,operations managers, and applied statisticians with bothqualitative and quantitative tools for solving a variety ofcomplex, real-world reliability problems. A wealth of examples andcase studies accompanies: * Comprehensive coverage of assessment, prediction, and improvementat each stage of a product's life cycle * Clear explanations of modeling and analysis for hardware rangingfrom a single part to whole systems * Thorough coverage of test design and statistical analysis ofreliability data * A special chapter on software reliability * Coverage of effective management of reliability, product support,testing, pricing, and related topics * Lists of sources for technical information, data, and computerprograms * Hundreds of graphs, charts, and tables, as well as over 500references * PowerPoint slides are available from the Wiley editorialdepartment.

Nuclear Reactor Component Population Reliability Data Bases and Their Relationship to Failure Rate Estimation and Uncertainty Analysis

Author : Harry Franklin Martz
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Guidelines for Process Equipment Reliability Data with Data Tables

Author : CCPS (Center for Chemical Process Safety)
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The book supplements Guidelines for Chemical Process Quantitative Risk Analysis by providing the failure rate data needed to perform a chemical process quantitative risk analysis.

The B 747 Flight Control System Maintenance and Reliability Data Base for Cost Effectiveness Tradeoff Studies

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Human Reliability and Safety Analysis Data Handbook

Author : David I. Gertman
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Takes into account the human element as well as the classical aspects of mechanical, electrical and chemical designs that contribute to risk. Features a significant amount of data essential for risk analysis not normally available. Contains numerous examples of authentic applications and case studies.

Reliability of Engineering Materials

Author : Alrick L Smith
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Reliability of Engineering Materials renders a logical and self-consistent representation of papers from the First European Symposium on Materials Reliability, held in Baden, Switzerland on October 26, 1983. The book starts by giving an introduction and an overview of the reliability of engineering materials. The next two chapters discuss the determination of structural integrity using the simple fracture mechanics model to calculate failure probability and the use of a non-destructive examination for assuring a given level of structural reliability, respectively. The reliability aspects of non-metallic structural materials; metallurgical factors affecting the reliability of materials in high-temperature applications of turbines; and aspects of data bases for materials reliability and their future potential are also considered. The last two chapters of the book present the material reliability data banking and the reliability of materials in heat-exchanger applications. The text will be invaluable to engineers, industrial engineers and metallurgists.

Reliability Data Bases

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Reliability 91

Author : R.H. Matthews
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This book is a collection of papers presented at the International Conference on Reliability Techniques and their Application.Reliability 91, 10-12 June 1991 was held at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London, UK, organised by SRD (the Safety and Reliability Consultants of AEA Technology) and the institution of Quality Assurance (IQA), and supported by the European Safety and Reliability Association (ESRA).

Design of Reliability Data Bases for Aerospace Applications

Author : Roger Marvin Cooke
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Human Reliability

Author : Balbir S. Dhillon
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Human Reliability: With Human Factors focuses on human reliability during system design. The book is organized into 13 chapters, wherein Chapter 1 presents histories of human factors and human reliability along with selective terms and definitions. Chapter 2 shows basic reliability mathematics and concepts. Subsequent chapters then elaborate on human reliability, human errors, six human reliability analysis methods, and reliability evaluation of systems with human errors. Other chapters elucidate human factors in maintenance and maintainability; human safety; human reliability data; and human factors in quality control, design, mathematical models, and formulas. Applications of human factors engineering are also addressed. The text will be valuable to human factor engineers and specialists, reliability and maintainability specialists, system and design engineers, industrial engineers, quality control engineers, and students.

Reliability Data Collection and Analysis

Author : J. Flamm
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The ever increasing public demand and the setting-up of national and international legislation on safety assessment of potentially dangerous plants require that a correspondingly increased effort be devoted by regulatory bodies and industrial organisations to collect reliability data in order to produce safety analyses. Reliability data are also needed to assess availability of plants and services and to improve quality of production processes, in particular, to meet the needs of plant operators and/or designers regarding maintenance planning, production availability, etc. The need for an educational effort in the field of data acquisition and processing has been stressed within the framework of EuReDatA, an association of organisations operating reliability data banks. This association aims to promote data exchange and pooling of data between organisations and to encourage the adoption of compatible standards and basic definitions for a consistent exchange of reliability data. Such basic definitions are considered to be essential in order to improve data quality. To cover issues directly linked to the above areas ample space is devoted to the definition of failure events, common cause and human error data, feedback of operational and disturbance data, event data analysis, lifetime distributions, cumulative distribution functions, density functions, Bayesian inference methods, multivariate analysis, fuzzy sets and possibility theory, etc.

Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systems

Author : Luca Podofillini
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Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systems contains the Proceedings of the 25th European Safety and Reliability Conference, ESREL 2015, held 7-10 September 2015 in Zurich, Switzerland. It includes about 570 papers accepted for presentation at the conference. These contributions focus on theories and methods in the area of risk, safety and

Program Plan for Reliability and Maintainability in Active Solar Heating and Cooling Systems

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Robot Reliability and Safety

Author : B.S. Dhillon
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Robots are increasingly being used in industry to perform various types of tasks. Some of the tasks performed by robots in industry are spot welding, materials handling, arc welding, and routing. The population of robots is growing at a significant rate in various parts of the world; for example, in 1984, a report published by the British Robot Association indicated a robot popula tion distribution between Japan (64,600), Western Europe (20,500), and the United States (13,000). This shows a significant number of robots in use. Data available for West Germany and the United Kingdom indicate that in 1977 there were 541 and 80 robots in use, respectively, and in 1984 these numbers went up to 6600 and 2623, respectively. Just as for other engineering products, the reliability and safety of robots are important. A robot has to be safe and reliable. An unreliable robot may become the cause of unsafe conditions, high maintenance costs, inconvenience, etc. Robots make use of electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, electronic, and hydraulic parts. This makes their reliability problem a challenging task because of the many different sources of failures. According to some published literature, the best mean time between failures (MTBF) achieved by robots is only 2500 hours. This means there is definite room for further improvement in robot reliability. With respect to safety, there have been five fatal accidents involving robots since 1978.

Reliability and Quality in Microelectronic Manufacturing

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Energy Research Abstracts

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