Cover: Impact of Equipment Life Characteristics on Missile Test Planning.

Impact of Equipment Life Characteristics on Missile Test Planning.

Published 1964

by L. T. Mast

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A presentation of data on life characteristics of space system elements for consideration in prelaunch operations to improve mission success. The author examines the tradeoffs involved in finding the preferred point of operation to minimize the effect of both wearout and infant mortality phenomena. The implications for test planning are presented.

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