Forum: Reliability & Maintainability Questions and Answers
Posted by: Juan Moreno (email@example.com )
Organization:University of Valencia
Date posted: Wed Jun 7 10:42:04 US/Eastern 2000
Subject: Generic Failure Rate Tables
For Bellcore Issue 6, generic failure rate tables haven't enough categories and subcategories to classify many devices used frequently, where can I find more detailed tables?
Posted by: Narendra Nath K S (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Date posted: Wed Jun 7 2:06:30 US/Eastern 2000
Subject: Markov Method
I am looking for "Automation of reliability analysis using Markov Method". I'll be grateful if anybody can provide me asistance for the above Thanx in advance --Naren
Posted by: D. Gordon (email@example.com )
Organization:Reliability Center, Inc.
Date posted: Tue Jun 6 16:03:53 US/Eastern 2000
Subject: MEAD Test
I am trying to find some information for a client. He is asking to find the reliability and validity of the MEAP test. Does anyone know where I can find any information on this? Thank you for your time!
Posted by: Chetan Bhatt (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Organization:Center for Electronics Design & Technolgy
Date posted: Mon Jun 5 11:49:58 US/Eastern 2000
Subject: Software reliability versus hardware reliability
I want to know about the difference in
Software reliability and hardware reliability modelling, prediction it application at different development stage.
Posted by: Johnson Wood (email@example.com )
Date posted: Mon Jun 5 3:25:40 US/Eastern 2000
Subject: Reliability Data Source
There are two kinds of data source for component failure rates.One is 217 or other reliability prediction manual, another is the manufacturers' data. But I think they're quite different. The data in 217 are generated by statistics of field operation information.But failure rates provided by manufacturers are generally derived from reliability tests. During these tests, the components are not in an operating condition. So these data can not represent the components' reliability in operating condition. Am I right?