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Forum: Reliability & Maintainability Questions and Answers
Topic: Reliability & Maintainability Questions and Answers
Topic Posted by: Reliability & Maintainability Forum
Organization: System Reliability Center
Date Posted: Mon Aug 31 12:47:36 US/Eastern 1998
Posted by: David Wegener
Date posted: Fri Nov 7 5:34:38 US/Eastern 2003
Hallo, I need some MTBF's. I need it for a reverse osmosis and a demineralizer cartridge for a residential system. And I need the MTBF for a conductivity measurement in water. Have anybody an idea for a fuel cell ( PEM ), or for membranes?
Thanks for helping!
Best regards from Germany.
Subject: MTBF calculations
Reply Posted by: Satish Subramanian
Organization: Proton Energy Systems
Date Posted: Fri Nov 7 11:40:32 US/Eastern 2003
Use the NPRD-95 as a baseline for MTBF Numbers.
Subject: Not in NPRD 95
Reply Posted by: David Wegener
Date Posted: Tue Nov 11 4:07:13 US/Eastern 2003
I use the NPRD 95, but there are not values for this components. Thanks for helping.
Reply Posted by: BWD
Date Posted: Tue Nov 11 10:44:11 US/Eastern 2003
The European Industry Reliability Data Bank, EIReDA 1998, has lots of information on filters that could be a starting point in your analysis. The book is printed by Crete University Press, The ISBN number is 2-9509092-0-5.