An independent evaluation of the CH-46 safety reliability and maintainability program (SR&M)
Conklin, Michael J.
Woods, W. Max
Nakagawa, G. R.
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This thesis is an independent partial evaluation of the Safety Reliability and Maintainability Program (SR&M). The two Measures of effectiveness which were used to see if the goals of this program were realized in the areas of maintainability and reliability are the Maintenance Manhours per Flight Hour and the Mean Flight Hours Between failures. Standard statistical analysis was performed utilizing the software packages GRAFSTAT and MINITAB.
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