Presentation on theme: "Chapter 12 Maintainability and Availability. 12.1 introduction Availability analysis of the system requires a knowledge: (1)How the components are functional."— Presentation transcript:
12.1 introduction Availability analysis of the system requires a knowledge: (1)How the components are functional connected. (2)The failure process of the component. (3)The method of operation and the definition of the failure. (4)The repair or maintenance police.
12.2 Maintainability 12.2.1 Concept Maintainability M(t) : the probability of repairing a failed component or system in a specified period of time. Two kinds: Preventive maintainability Corrective maintainability
12.2.2 Preventive maintainability reliability of the system
12.2.7 Spare parts requirement The probability of having n failure in time t :
Example 12.9 Three kind of component in an system : 20 in type A (failure rate 0.002), 130 in type B (failure rate 0.0001), and 100 in type C (failure rate 0.0005). Find the number of spare parts required to cover the mission period 30 days and 99 percent of probability
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