This book shows how to deal with the early failures that invariably plague product manufacturers whether the product be components or complete systems, electronic or mechanical devices. The text provides a basic understanding of why failure patterns appear as they do in real life and then shows how to cope with the problem on a sound engineering basis. Burn in is used to eliminate early failures in components or systems and the book shows how to analyse and plan a burn in procedure, balancing the needs of reliability and cost. The models that are presented are simple but they do nevertheless cover a large number of practical situations. The book is the outcome of a research project initiated at the Engineering Academy of Denmark and sponsored jointly by the Danish Council of Technology and a number of Danish manufacturing companies within the electronics and electromechanical industry. It is written primarily for the practising reliability engineer who needs to know about the techniques and benefits of performing burn in on components, subassemblies, or complete systems. Contents
- A Model for the Basic Time to Failure Pattern of Components
- The Bimodal Time to Failure Distribution of Systems
- Analysis of Component and System Failure Patterns
- Burn in Procedures for Components or Systems without Repair
- Burn in Procedures for Systems with Repair
- Acceleration of Burn in Tests
- Burn in for Reliability and Economy
- Planning and Controlling Production Burn in of Systems
Bibliography Appendixes Index
Taal / Language : English
A Model For The Basic Time to Failure Pattern of Components.
The Biomodal Time to Failure Distribution of Systems.
Analysis of Component and System Failure Patterns.
Burn In Procedures For Components or Systems Without Repair.
Burn In Procedures For Systems With Repair.
Acceleration of Burn In Tests.
Burn In For Reliability and Economy.
Planning and Controlling Production Burn In of Systems.
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