The Reliability Data Handbook
The Reliability Data Handbook is exceptional in both its approach and coverage, giving a uniquely comprehensive account of the subject.
Component failure rate data are a vital part of any reliability or safety study and highly relevant to the engineering community across many disciplines. The Reliability Data Handbook focuses on the complete process of data collection, analysis and quality control. The subject of reliability data is covered in geat depth, reflecting the author's considerable experience and expertise in this field. Rarely is reliability data 'clean'. There are problems in its collection due to poor recording of the exact cause of failure. The time to failure of many items in the data collection scheme may not be known due to censoring and truncation issues. For new equipment or very reliable equipment there may be no data available at all. All of these practical facets of data used in real-world reliability studies are contained in this book.
Analysis methods are not presented in a clinical way - they are put into context, considering the difficulties that can arise when performing assessments of actual systems. A unique feature is that the text is always fully illustrated with worked examples, many from the author's own experience in industry.
L'auteur T. R. Moss
Bob Moss is a consulting engineer with over 30 years' experience in safety, reliability, and risk assessment. He is an Honorary Member of the European Safety, Reliability, and Data Association (ESReDA), past Vice-Chairman of the IMechE Process Industries Division, and past Chairman of its Mechanical Reliability Committee. He gained his doctorate from Loughborough University.
Bob Moss has spent the majority of his working life involved with the collection, analysis, and management of data for use in reliability studies. His wealth of experience is captured in his latest book. A highly pragmatic approach to the whole topic of reliabiity data is offered, with the potential to make a significant contribution to engineering in many industries.
- Chapter 1 Fundamentals
- Chapter 2 Basic Concepts
- Chapter 3 Component, Equipment and System Reliability
- Chapter 4 Failure Data and Failure Models
- Chapter 5 Discrete and Continuous Distributions
- Chapter 6 Patterns of Failure
- Chapter 7 Estimating Distribution Parameters
- Chapter 8 Weibull Analysis
- Chapter 9 Repairable Systems
- Chapter 10 Generic Reliability Data Requirements
- Chapter 11 Generic Reliability Data Sources
- Chapter 12 The No-Data Problem
- Chapter 13 Data Collection and its Quality Control
Caractéristiques techniques du livre "The Reliability Data Handbook"
|Éditeur(s)||Professional Engineering Publishing|
|Auteur(s)||T. R. Moss|
|Nb. de pages||320|
|Format||16 x 24|
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