An Introduction to Reliability and Maintainability Engineering

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McGraw Hill, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 486 pages
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This practical and modern approach to reliability deals with core concepts, major models, and proven techniques. The computer software packaged in the Instructor's Manual allows students to focus on concepts and analysis instead of tedius numerical calculations. Relevant to all departments of engineering, particularly industrial, this text provides an introduction to probability and statistical techniques that is necessary to support the development of reliability and maintainability concepts.

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The Failure Distribution
Constant Failure Rate Model
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