Systems Engineering : Reliability Analysis Using k-out-of-n Structures Paperback / softback
Edited by Mangey Ram, Tadashi Dohi
Paperback / softback
A substantial amount of research has been conducted on consecutive k-out-of-n and related reliability systems over the past four decades.
These systems have been used to model various engineering systems such as the microwave stations of telecoms network, oil pipeline systems, and vacuum systems in an electron accelerator.
As such, studies of reliability properties of consecutive k-out-of-n structures have attracted significant attention from both theoretical and practical approaches.
In the modern era of technology, the redundancies are employed in the various industrial systems to prevent them from failure/sudden failure or to recover from failures.
This book is meant to provide knowledge and help engineers and academicians in understanding reliability engineering by using k-out-of-n structures.
The material is also targeted at postgraduate or senior undergraduate students pursuing reliability engineering.