by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Erwin V. Zaretsky.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 106022., NASA technical memorandum -- 106022.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
throughout the life of the product with low overall life-cycle costs. The techniques that comprise design for reliability include (1) failure modes and effects analysis, (2) robust parameter design, (3) block diagrams and fault tree analyses, (4) physics-of-failure methods, (5) simulation methods, and (6) root-cause analysis. Today's marketplace demands product reliability. At the same time, it places ever-increasing demands on products that push the limits of their performance and their functional life, and it does so with the expectation of lower per-unit product costs. To meet these demands, product design now requires a focused, streamlined, concurrent engineering process that will . Fatigue in children: Reliability and validity of the Dutch PedsQL TM Multidimensional Fatigue Scale Article (PDF Available) in Quality of Life Research 20(7) . Reliability Analysis of Fatigue Fracture of Wind Turbine Drivetrain Components Article (PDF Available) in Energy Procedia September .
In European countries, the design of bridges is conducted following the specifications in the Eurocodes. For verification against fatigue of steel bridges, a simplified model is suggested based on a single vehicle load model together with λ factors to estimate a representative stress range. Since the release of the Eurocodes the accuracy of this format has been discussed and Cited by: 7. I believe that understanding the difference between reliability testing and durability testing is a key to reducing design/development expenses as well as warranty expenses by an order of magnitude. Specifically, these benefits are based on the following facts: 1) Reliability tests are shorter than durability tests by a considerable amount of time. DOD GUIDE FOR ACHIEVING RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY, AND MAINTAINABILITY “Systems Engineering for Mission Success” AUGUST 3, Foreword i RAM Guide: Table of Contents Chapter 1 - Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, and the Department of Defense – Introduction - RAM Defined – Reliability – Availability – Maintainability . Ops’ New Reliability Book How Reliable Is Your Product? 50 Ways to Improve Product Reliability A new book by Ops A La Carte LLC® Founder/Managing Partner Mike Silverman The book focuses on Mike’s experiences working with over companies in his 25 year career as an engineer, manager, and consultant. It is a practical guide to reliabilityFile Size: 2MB.
Designing for Reliability • Reliability part of the core design team • Reliability modeling guides design • Failure mechanisms designed-out • Super-accelerated life testing saves time • Lifetime is metric for design suitability • Longer lived products • Reduce manufacturing variability Iterative Approach to Reliability • Test. to be known, interaction reliability, a novel approach to studying software reliability and service reliability, whose estimation is the primary objective of reliability assessment. System reliability can be expressed as a function of service reliability. . A successful design/build project is completed on time and within budget, and meets the customer’s needs and expectations. Customers expect a reliable, maintainable system. These characteristics are not abstract terms—they are characteristics of a power distribution system that need to be considered in the design as much as load magnitude and other load characteristics. â ¢ Design Life â period of time on which the statistical derivation of transient loads is based: 75 years for these Specifications. â AASHTO LRFD () â ¢ Design Life â a period of time, specified by an Owner, during which a structure is intended to remain in service. â CSA Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code () (set at 75 years.