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LOG104 Reliability , Availability , and Maintainability (RAM) Lesson 4.5 - Reliability Predictions and Methods Table of c ontents Knowledge Review Why are reliabili ty predictions used? Select the three alternatives that apply. ~ To eval uate feasibili ty of a design w ith regard to its reliability requirement. ~ To provide a basis for comparison of compet ing designs. ~ To forecast resource needs. 0 To understand the effects of failures on a system. Reliability predictions enable management to evaluate the feasibility of a design with regard to its reliability requirement , to provide a basis of comparison of c ompeting designs , and to forecast reso u rce needs. I Page9of12 Back Next
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LOG104 Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) Lesson 4.5 - Reliability Predictions and Methods Table of c ontents Knowle dg e Review Which of the following reliability prediction methods requires the least amount of design data? 0 Parts Count ~ Compa rati ve analysis 0 Stress analysis 0 Translators The co mpar ati ve ana ly sis met ho d requires only a minimal a mount of design data. I Page 10 of 12 Back Next
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- - - -- LOG104 Reliability , Availability , and Maintainability (RAM) Lesson 4.5 - Reliability Predictions and Methods Table of contents Lesson Summary - "Ii Lesson Summa ry - Predicting the reliability of a product ensures the product adheres to sy stem reliability requirements and help predict the resources needed to produce the a given component. The results of reliability predictions also serve as a basis for comparison bet ween competing designs and input into other design analyses. - The four reliability prediction methods are: • Comparative analysis , ~ ,~ Translators • Parts count • Stress analysis , I --- ' f I Pagelto f 12 Help Back Next
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LOG104 Reliability , Availability , and Maintainability (RAM) Lesson 4.5 - Reliability Predictions and Methods Table of C ontents Lesson Completion Congra tu la ti ons ! You have compl eted this lesson. I f the Next button is acti ve, please proceed. If not , close this window. I Page 12 of 12 Back Next
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LOG104 Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) Lesson 4.6 - Reliability Activities and Analysis Table of contents Lesson I ntroduction Welcome to the Reliability Acti vities and Analysis lesson! After a system and its components are assessed for their reliability, how should the program go about improving the reliability? There are eight methods programs can use to improve a system's reliability and the parts used based on previous reliability analysis results. Each method addresses different unique factors and inputs w ith regard to system design. Upon completion of this lesson, you will be able to identify reliability acti vities. Back Next
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LOG104 Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) Lesson 4.6 - Reliability Activities and Analysis Table of contents Discussion of Reliability Activities: Reliability Improvement Design for Reliability (D FR ) is a Sy stem Engineering process that includes design practices and analy tical techniques to identify
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