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HANDBOOK OF RELIABILITY PREDICTION PROCEDURES FOR MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT, NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER (NSWC). NSWC-94, (31-MAR-1994)

HANDBOOK OF RELIABILITY PREDICTION PROCEDURES FOR MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT, NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER (NSWC). NSWC-94, (31-MAR-1994)., This report presents an approach for determining the reliability and maintainability (R&M) characteristics of mechanical equipment. Recognition of R&M as vital factors in the development, production, operation and maintenance of today\'s complex systems has placed greater emphasis on the application of design evaluation techniques to logistics management. An analysis of a design for R&M can identify critical failure modes and causes of unreliability and provide an effective tool for predicting equipment behavior and selecting appropriate logistics measures to assure satisfactory performance when the equipment is placed in its operating environment. The design evaluation techniques program initiated by the Carderock Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center includes a methodology for evaluating a design for R&M that considers the material properties, operating environment and critical failure modes at the component level. Nineteen basic mechanical components have been identified for which reliability prediction equations have been developed. All mechanical equipment is composed of some combination of these nineteen components and a designer can utilize the equations to determine individual component reliability and then combine results in accordance with the system reliability diagram to determine total system reliability in its operating environment.

RELIAB-HDBK Rev. 1994

    

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