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Reliability and risk models setting reliability requirements, Michael T. Todinov, (electronic book)

Label
Reliability and risk models setting reliability requirements
Title
Reliability and risk models setting reliability requirements
Statement of responsibility
Michael T. Todinov
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Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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Todinov, M. T
Dewey number
620/.00452015118
Index
index present
LC call number
TA169
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Reliability (Engineering)
  • Risk assessment
Label
Reliability and risk models setting reliability requirements, Michael T. Todinov, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Title Page; Table of Contents; Series Preface; Preface; 1 Failure Modes; 1.1 Failure Modes; 1.2 Series and Parallel Arrangement of the Components in a Reliability Network; 1.3 Building Reliability Networks: Difference between a Physical and Logical Arrangement; 1.4 Complex Reliability Networks Which Cannot Be Presented as a Combination of Series and Parallel Arrangements; 1.5 Drawbacks of the Traditional Representation of the Reliability Block Diagrams; 2 Basic Concepts; 2.1 Reliability (Survival) Function, Cumulative Distribution and Probability Density Function of the Times to Failure
  • 2.2 Random Events in Reliability and Risk Modelling2.3 Statistically Dependent Events and Conditional Probability in Reliability and Risk Modelling; 2.4 Total Probability Theorem in Reliability and Risk Modelling. Reliability of Systems with Complex Reliability Networks; 2.5 Reliability and Risk Modelling Using Bayesian Transform and Bayesian Updating; 3 Common Reliability and Risk Models and Their Applications; 3.1 General Framework for Reliability and Risk Analysis Based on Controlling Random Variables; 3.2 Binomial Model; 3.3 Homogeneous Poisson Process and Poisson Distribution
  • 3.4 Negative Exponential Distribution3.5 Hazard Rate; 3.6 Mean Time to Failure; 3.7 Gamma Distribution; 3.8 Uncertainty Associated with the MTTF; 3.9 Mean Time between Failures; 3.10 Problems with the MTTF and MTBF Reliability Measures; 3.11 BX% Life; 3.12 Minimum Failure-Free Operation Period; 3.13 Availability; 3.14 Uniform Distribution Model; 3.15 Normal (Gaussian) Distribution Model; 3.16 Log-Normal Distribution Model; 3.17 Weibull Distribution Model of the Time to Failure; 3.18 Extreme Value Distribution Model; 3.19 Reliability Bathtub Curve
  • 4 Reliability and Risk Models Based on Distribution Mixtures4.1 Distribution of a Property from Multiple Sources; 4.2 Variance of a Property from Multiple Sources; 4.3 Variance Upper Bound Theorem; 4.4 Applications of the Variance Upper Bound Theorem; 5 Building Reliability and Risk Models; 5.1 General Rules for Reliability Data Analysis; 5.2 Probability Plotting; 5.3 Estimating Model Parameters Using the Method of Maximum Likelihood; 5.4 Estimating the Parameters of a Three-Parameter Power Law; 6 Load-Strength (Demand-Capacity) Models; 6.1 A General Reliability Model
  • 6.2 The Load-Strength Interference Model6.3 Load-Strength (Demand-Capacity) Integrals; 6.4 Evaluating the Load-Strength Integral Using Numerical Methods; 6.5 Normally Distributed and Statistically Independent Load and Strength; 6.6 Reliability and Risk Analysis Based on the Load-Strength Interference Approach; 7 Overstress Reliability Integral and Damage Factorisation Law; 7.1 Reliability Associated with Overstress Failure Mechanisms; 7.2 Damage Factorisation Law; 8 Solving Reliability and Risk Models Using a Monte Carlo Simulation; 8.1 Monte Carlo Simulation Algorithms
Control code
ocn908935546
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9781118873199
Lccn
2015019070
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Reliability and risk models setting reliability requirements, Michael T. Todinov, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Title Page; Table of Contents; Series Preface; Preface; 1 Failure Modes; 1.1 Failure Modes; 1.2 Series and Parallel Arrangement of the Components in a Reliability Network; 1.3 Building Reliability Networks: Difference between a Physical and Logical Arrangement; 1.4 Complex Reliability Networks Which Cannot Be Presented as a Combination of Series and Parallel Arrangements; 1.5 Drawbacks of the Traditional Representation of the Reliability Block Diagrams; 2 Basic Concepts; 2.1 Reliability (Survival) Function, Cumulative Distribution and Probability Density Function of the Times to Failure
  • 2.2 Random Events in Reliability and Risk Modelling2.3 Statistically Dependent Events and Conditional Probability in Reliability and Risk Modelling; 2.4 Total Probability Theorem in Reliability and Risk Modelling. Reliability of Systems with Complex Reliability Networks; 2.5 Reliability and Risk Modelling Using Bayesian Transform and Bayesian Updating; 3 Common Reliability and Risk Models and Their Applications; 3.1 General Framework for Reliability and Risk Analysis Based on Controlling Random Variables; 3.2 Binomial Model; 3.3 Homogeneous Poisson Process and Poisson Distribution
  • 3.4 Negative Exponential Distribution3.5 Hazard Rate; 3.6 Mean Time to Failure; 3.7 Gamma Distribution; 3.8 Uncertainty Associated with the MTTF; 3.9 Mean Time between Failures; 3.10 Problems with the MTTF and MTBF Reliability Measures; 3.11 BX% Life; 3.12 Minimum Failure-Free Operation Period; 3.13 Availability; 3.14 Uniform Distribution Model; 3.15 Normal (Gaussian) Distribution Model; 3.16 Log-Normal Distribution Model; 3.17 Weibull Distribution Model of the Time to Failure; 3.18 Extreme Value Distribution Model; 3.19 Reliability Bathtub Curve
  • 4 Reliability and Risk Models Based on Distribution Mixtures4.1 Distribution of a Property from Multiple Sources; 4.2 Variance of a Property from Multiple Sources; 4.3 Variance Upper Bound Theorem; 4.4 Applications of the Variance Upper Bound Theorem; 5 Building Reliability and Risk Models; 5.1 General Rules for Reliability Data Analysis; 5.2 Probability Plotting; 5.3 Estimating Model Parameters Using the Method of Maximum Likelihood; 5.4 Estimating the Parameters of a Three-Parameter Power Law; 6 Load-Strength (Demand-Capacity) Models; 6.1 A General Reliability Model
  • 6.2 The Load-Strength Interference Model6.3 Load-Strength (Demand-Capacity) Integrals; 6.4 Evaluating the Load-Strength Integral Using Numerical Methods; 6.5 Normally Distributed and Statistically Independent Load and Strength; 6.6 Reliability and Risk Analysis Based on the Load-Strength Interference Approach; 7 Overstress Reliability Integral and Damage Factorisation Law; 7.1 Reliability Associated with Overstress Failure Mechanisms; 7.2 Damage Factorisation Law; 8 Solving Reliability and Risk Models Using a Monte Carlo Simulation; 8.1 Monte Carlo Simulation Algorithms
Control code
ocn908935546
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9781118873199
Lccn
2015019070
Specific material designation
remote

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