Evaluation of the accuracy of a reliability measurement procedure using simulation techniques.
Huffman, Kenneth Alan
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This study evaluates the accuracy of an established reliability measurement procedure (NAVWEPS OD 29304) by computer simulation. The reliability measurement procedure assumes components fail according to an Exponential Failure Law. This study tests the accuracy of that procedure when components obey a Weibull Failure Law or a Log Normal Failure Law.
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