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Posted by: Eric Andersen (eric.andersen@smiths-medical.com )
Date posted: Mon Mar 5 15:35:35 US/Eastern 2007
Subject: 95% Acceptance Rate
Message:
I need to come up with pass fail criteria for system reliability. I would like to use an acceptance rate of 95%. What rationale would you use that 95% is adequate and correct?

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Reliability Acceptance
J. L. Romeu Fri Mar 9 11:13:11 US/Eastern 2007

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Posted by: Stephen Deneca (steve.deneca@honeywell.com )
Date posted: Mon Mar 5 15:33:44 US/Eastern 2007
Subject: MTBUR vs. MTBF
Message:
We have a new product being developed that an MTBF report was generated for. 217f hours=50,000. Our customer wants to know what the MTBUR rate would be. Does anyone know a way to correlate the two?

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MTBF vs. MTBUR
BWD Mon Mar 5 17:00:22 US/Eastern 2007

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Posted by: Maurizio Saponetta (maurizio.saponetta@galileoavionica.it )
Date posted: Mon Mar 5 15:31:44 US/Eastern 2007
Subject: Convertion between Calendar and Operating F/R
Message:
Dear Sirs,
i am making experience in predicting Failure Rate by using the PRISM model, but i am surprised by the very low figure i obtain with respect the result that can be calculated for the same item using the model MIL-HDBK-217. I know that PRISM calculates Failure Rate in calendar hours, so i tried to convert the PRISM F/R in operating hours following two different ways: the first was varing the Duty Cycles from 10 to 100% in steps of 10 and proportionally decreasing the Cycling rate from 1000 to 1. In the second i adopted the method you suggested to other users of dividing the PRISM F/R by the decimal form of the Duty Cycle (i.e. DC=50% shall be diveded by 0.5).

The result of conversion are reported here below and thay do not appear congruent:
At DC 4% Prism F/R was 2.69,Conv Op.Time(/0.04) 67,27Fpmoh
At DC 10% Prism F/R was 2,693,Conv Op.Time(/0.1) 26,931Fpmoh
At DC 20% Prism F/R was 2,696,Conv Op.Time(/0.2) 13,483Fpmoh
At DC 30% Prism F/R was 2,700,Conv Op.Time(/0.3) 9,000Fpmoh
At DC 40% Prism F/R was 2,703,Conv Op.Time(/0.4) 6,759Fpmoh
At DC 50% Prism F/R was 2,707,Conv Op.Time(/0.5) 5,414Fpmoh
At DC 60% Prism F/R was 2,710,Conv Op.Time(/0.6) 4,51Fpmoh
At DC 70% Prism F/R was 2,714,Conv Op.Time(/0.7) 3,877Fpmoh
At DC 80% Prism F/R was 2,717,Conv Op.Time(/0.8) 3,397Fpmoh
At DC 90% Prism F/R was2,7212,Conv Op.Time(/0.9) 3,023Fpmoh
At DC 90% Prism F/R was 2,724,Conv Op.Time(/1) 2,724Fpmoh

(The prediction at 4%Dc is the result of my analyis at real operating condition of my item). By only changing the DC and the CR the variation is little and does not reflect the large increasing of working time. By dividing for the decimal value of the DC, obviously, i obtain figures that decrease as the DC increases. In my understanding i expected to have an almost constant value. Surely my way of proceeding is not correct. Can you address the correct mode to convert the Calendar FR to Operating F/R when i have different DC? and can you tell me where my approach fails? I thank you in advance for your replay

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Converting a PRISM analysis from calendar hours to operating hours
David Dylis Mon Mar 5 16:56:23 US/Eastern 2007

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Posted by: Stefanus Smith
Date posted: Mon Mar 5 15:26:12 US/Eastern 2007
Subject: Failure Statistics
Message:
I'm looking for statistics on the major causes of failure on moving mechanical equipment. All of us have heard that incorrect lubrication is the biggest cause, but what is no.2, no.3 and so on? Ideally I need a respectable source, it's for a university assignment, but any help will be appreciated.

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Posted by: GRIB
Date posted: Mon Mar 5 15:25:04 US/Eastern 2007
Subject: Environmental factor
Message:
What is the Environment (such as NS, AUC, GB....)that shall be used for the DRONE. Thanks

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Environment Drone
bwd Mon Mar 5 16:53:23 US/Eastern 2007

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