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This ebook provides unique stories describing the most recent examine and advancements within the region of reliability and platforms engineering. It is helping the reader opting for gaps within the present wisdom and offers fruitful components for additional study within the box. between others, this ebook covers reliability measures, reliability evaluate of multi-state platforms, optimization of multi-state platforms, non-stop multi-state platforms, new computational ideas utilized to multi-state platforms and probabilistic and non-probabilistic safeguard assessment.
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Y. J. Endharta N j À1 X fj ðtÞ ¼ Aji aji eÀaji t ð4Þ i¼0 and Zt Fj ðtÞ ¼ fj ðxÞdx ð5Þ 0 ¼1À N j À1 X Aji eÀaji t i¼0 We can see that the distribution of the system failure time T is a mixture distribution of Tj. Therefore, the system failure probability at time t can be estimated as follows. FðtÞ ¼ P X pj Á F j ðtÞ j¼1 ¼1À j À1 P N X X ð6Þ pj Aji e Àaji t j¼1 i¼0 Note that p is the reduced number of system failure paths in the systems with circular type. For the system with circular type, the probability of the system failure F(t) can be estimated by FðtÞ ¼ n p X pj Á F j ðtÞ j¼1 ¼1Àn p N j À1 X X ð7Þ pj Aji e Àaji t j¼1 i¼0 Thus, the system failure probabilities of consecutive-k-out-of-n: F systems can be calculated by Eqs.
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