Authored by a practicing reliability engineer with over 25 years of experience, this book provides useful insights and a practical analysis that can be used to deal with reliability problems in designs. Practical Reliability Analysis makes use of both case studies and illustrative examples to teach readers through the use of practical applications. Features include: Case studies--provide practical applications of problem-solving techniques Mathematical analysis--demonstrates useful applications of statistical analysis in reliability problems Pictorial description of mechanical reliability--demonstrates common mechanical failures of electrical components Confidence limits--uses graphical examples to make this difficult subject clear1 3.3.2 Component Maintenance Manuals and Parts Lists A component maintenance manual or service manual is a book that is originally written by the vendor who makes the product, providing details on how to do most repairs. Typically theanbsp;...
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