Today, the reliability of systems has become a major issue in most industrial applications. The theoretical approach to estimating reliability was largely developed in the 1960s for maintenance-free systems, and more recently, in the late 1990s, it was developed for maintenance-based systems.
Customers’ expectations concerning reliability (as well as maintenance, safety, etc.) are growing ever more demanding over the generations of systems. However, the theoretical methods used to handle the systems are not suitable when aging mechanisms are present.
This book proposes a theoretical approach to estimate all of these quantities correctly. In addition to the theoretical aspect, it details a number of issues that any industrial system will meet sooner or later, whether due to design flaws, the batch of components, manufacturing problems or new technologies that result in the aging of mechanisms during their operational use.
Foreword by Christian Moreau.
Foreword by Claude Sarno.
1. Reliability of Systems Without Maintenance.
2. Reliability of Systems with Maintenance.
3. Application to Aging Mechanisms with Maintenance.
4. Impact at the Reliability Level.
5. Application to Maintenance.
6. Application to Safety.
7. Maintenance Strategy in Operational Safety.
Franck Bayle is a reliability expert at Thales Avionics and has worked there for over twenty years in various related roles.
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