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© 1969

Models of Failure

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-iv
  2. I. B. Gertsbakh, Kh. B. Kordonskiy
    Pages 1-4
  3. I. B. Gertsbakh, Kh. B. Kordonskiy
    Pages 5-9
  4. I. B. Gertsbakh, Kh. B. Kordonskiy
    Pages 10-27
  5. I. B. Gertsbakh, Kh. B. Kordonskiy
    Pages 28-106
  6. I. B. Gertsbakh, Kh. B. Kordonskiy
    Pages 107-115
  7. I. B. Gertsbakh, Kh. B. Kordonskiy
    Pages 116-131
  8. I. B. Gertsbakh, Kh. B. Kordonskiy
    Pages 132-152
  9. I. B. Gertsbakh, Kh. B. Kordonskiy
    Pages 153-156
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 157-171

About this book

Introduction

The increase in the requirements on the reliability of units makes it necessary to analyze the relationship between mathematicalmeth­ ods of calculating reliability and the physical nature of fail­ ures. The difficulty of such an analysis is obvious. On the one hand, in making a representation of the physical picture of a phe­ nomenon, one can make an error in the direction of excessive sim­ plification. On the other hand, in the mathematical treatment of the physical scheme, it may be necessary to use extremely complex and fine analytical methods, and their simplified exposition bor­ ders on vulgarization. Without the aid of a large number of specialists working in the field of analysis and calculation of systems reliability, an ex­ posi tion of models of failures and their mathematical treatment would be unobtainable. The authors take this opportunity to express their gratitude to Academicians N. G. B r u y vic e h and Y u. V. Lin n i k conversations with whom clarified a number of problems treated, to active member of the Academy of Sciences of the UkrSSR B. V.

Keywords

Technische Zuverlässigkeit Zuverlässigkeit nature reliability units

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  1. 1.Institute of Civil Aviation Engineers of RigaUSSR

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