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These requirements are generally specified in the contract statement of work and depend on how much leeway the customer wishes to provide to the contractor. It is crucial that these analysis are done properly and with much attention to detail to be effective. The system may fail due to intrinsic factors like aging or deteriorating, or external factors such as Poisson shocks. The reliability plan should clearly provide a strategy for availability control. Maintainability estimates repair rates are also generally more accurate.

Also, requirements are needed for verification tests e. Reliability requirements address the system itself, including test and assessment requirements, and associated tasks and documentation.

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This phenomenon is called thermal shock. Focusing only on maintainability is therefore not enough.

From the opinion of using resources rationally, the introduction of repairman vacation makes the repairable system more realistic and reasonable. What is acceptable is determined by the managing authority or customers or the affected communities.

It is supported by leadership, built on the skills that one develops within a team, integrated into business processes and executed by following proven standard work practices. Abstract This paper considers the reliability analysis of a two-component cold standby system with a repairman who may have vacation. Finally, a numerical example is given to validate the derived indices.