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Topic: Reliability & Maintainability Questions and Answers

Topic Posted by: Reliability & Maintainability Forum (src_forum@alionscience.com )
Organization: System Reliability Center
Date Posted: Mon Aug 31 12:47:36 US/Eastern 1998

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Posted by: Juan C. Rodenas
Organization:EINsA
Date posted: Mon Oct 9 7:53:56 US/Eastern 2000
Subject: Non-mechanical Reliability
Message:
We are a spanish company, just introducing on the reliability studies, due to our compromise at military sales. Right now, I am trying to obtain as much data as I can about this issues. I have found plenty of data for electronic reliability. The only reference I have about non-electronic reliability data is NPRD-95, but I have no idea of what class of mechanical data I will find in this data, prior to the adquisition.For example, I will need data about pump, hidraulyc valves, etc. Can somebody explain to me what kind of data I can expect to find in this book. or where can I obtain that information.


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Subject: Non-mechanical reliability
Reply Posted by: Jean-Marie Cloarec (Jean-Marie.cloarec@ligeron.com )LIGERON S.A.
Date Posted: Tue Oct 10 7:39:37 US/Eastern 2000
Message:
I agree with what Ed had wrote. But the information contains in NPRD95 are global informations. There is no mathematic sample, no physical description of the product. Personaly, for the components yoyr're speaking (pump, valves, ...), I use the following database : - EIREDA, - OREDA. I think you will find more information about these database and the NET. If you have problam, email me. Good luck.


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