Analysis of a System Reliability Lower Confidence Limit Assuming Gamma and Truncated Normal Failure Distributions
Aucella, John Paul
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The accuracy of the lower confidence limit procedure in NAVwEPS OD 2930^ is analyzed wnen the failure distributions of the components in the series system are either gamma or truncated normal. Several representations of the accuracy are supplied.
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