Measuring the reliability of equipments in operating environments.

by David S. Stoller

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A discussion of some of the concepts and problems applicable to the measurement of reliability. This term is described as encompassing a probability, an aggregate, an environment, a set of criteria, and a time interval. The interdependence of these reliability factors on operations, maintenance, and supply actions related to the equipments is examined from the viewpoint of designing a reliability measurement system.

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