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Posted by: David Wegener (david.wegener@mt.rwesolutions.com )
Date posted: Tue Oct 21 2:33:42 US/Eastern 2003
Subject: Best library???
Message:
I want to find out the reliability for a heating system! Which RELIABILITY-LIBRARY is the best to find out the MTBF for valves, pumps, blower,...? And why?
Thanks!

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Best Library
JM Cloarec Tue Oct 28 21:01:46 US/Eastern 2003

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Posted by: David Wegener (david.wegener@mt.rwesolutions.com )
Date posted: Tue Oct 21 2:21:22 US/Eastern 2003
Subject: NPRD 95
Message:
Which mechanical parts are listed in NPRD 95? Are there informations of MTBF?
Thanks!

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NPRD95
Mark Chambers Tue Oct 21 20:44:33 US/Eastern 2003

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Posted by: JM Cloarec (jmcloarec@thsrc.com.tw )
Organization:IREG
Date posted: Fri Oct 17 5:49:03 US/Eastern 2003
Subject: Safety Integrity Level
Message:
I'm searching for a comprehensive explanation of what is and how determining a SIL, following EN 50126 and EN 50129 hadbook.
If someone as a practical paper abiur this subject ... thank

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Posted by: Tom Thompson (thomas.a.thompson@kodak.com )
Organization:Eastman Kodak Company
Date posted: Fri Oct 10 9:26:40 US/Eastern 2003
Subject: Dormant Failure Rates
Message:
Had a general question in regards to dormant failure rates. I read the RAC document that specifies dormant failure rates for specific devices as applied depending on either vibration, moisture, etc. My question was what data (from manufacturer's screening, testing, etc) was collected and what timeframe does the data come from for the dormant failure rate percentages?

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Dormant Reliability
BWD Tue Nov 4 15:19:14 US/Eastern 2003

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Posted by: Wayne
Date posted: Mon Sep 29 4:49:39 US/Eastern 2003
Subject: Calculation of R-Squared for Duane Model
Message:
May i know how do we calculate or what is the formula for determining this R-Squared value in linear Duane Model? The R-Squared is a measure of how good the fit is.The larger the Value of R, the better it is.

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R Squared
Joe Dzekevich Tue Nov 11 16:28:49 US/Eastern 2003

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