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Get three practical reliability engineering handbooks for $238! You’ll receive Achieving System Reliability Growth Through Robust Design and Test, Techniques to Evaluate Long-Term Aging of Systems (LAST), and Mechanical Analysis and Other Specialized Techniques for Enhancing Reliability (MASTER) at a 15% discount!

These resources will show you how to perform mechanical analyses and enhance your product reliability; identify failure modes and mitigate their root causes to improve your system reliability; design your products with an understanding of long-term aging effects on parts, assemblies and equipment, and more.

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Quanterion Solutions is offering a one-time discount bundle of 15% off three select reliability hard copy products.

Achieving System Reliability Growth Through Robust Design and Test

This book offers new definitions of how failures can be characterized, and how those new definitions can be used to develop metrics that will quantify how effective a Design for Reliability (DFR) process is in (1) identifying failure modes and (2) mitigating their root failure causes. Reliability growth can only occur in the presence of both elements.

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Mechanical Analysis and Other Specialized Techniques for Enhancing Reliability (MASTER)

Mechanical Analysis and Other Specialized Techniques for Enhancing Reliability (MASTER)

MASTER provides a thorough, in-depth discussion of competing approaches to predict the reliability and expected life of mechanical parts and systems, including Statistical Analysis of relevant failure data, Physics of Failure modeling, Empirical Failure Models and Data, and other less common but acceptable methods.

The document also describes the mechanical reliability process, including the role of these predictions and other necessary testing and analyses for the production of reliable mechanical systems, and the nature of mechanical failures, including a discussion of underlying failure mechanisms.

MASTER is recommended either as standalone or as a companion to Quanterion’s NPRD-2016FMD-2016 and Techniques to Evaluate Long-Term Aging of Systems (LAST) publications.

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Techniques to Evaluate Long-Term Aging of Systems (LAST)

Techniques to Evaluate Long-Term Aging of Systems (LAST)The objective of this report is to highlight the impact of long-term aging effects on parts, assemblies and equipment by investigating characteristics of aging as they impact specific material classes.

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Achieving System Reliability Growth Through Robust Design and Test

Historically, the reliability growth process has been thought of, and treated as, a reactive approach to growing reliability based on failures “discovered” during testing or, most unfortunately, once a system/product has been delivered to a customer. As a result, many reliability growth models are predicated on starting the reliability growth process at test time “zero,” with some initial level of reliability (usually in the context of a time-based measure such as Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF)). Time “zero” represents the start of testing, and the initial reliability of the test item is based on its inherent design. The problem with this approach, still predominant today, is that it ignores opportunities to grow reliability during the design of a system or product, i.e., opportunities to go into reliability growth testing with a higher initial inherent reliability at time zero.

In addition to the traditional approaches to reliability growth during test, this book explores the activities and opportunities that can be leveraged to promote and achieve reliability growth during the design phase of the overall system life cycle. The ability to do so as part of an integrated, proactive design environment has significant implications for developing and delivering reliable items quickly, on time and within budget.

This book offers new definitions of how failures can be characterized, and how those new definitions can be used to develop metrics that will quantify how effective a Design for Reliability (DFR) process is in (1) identifying failure modes and (2) mitigating their root failure causes. Reliability growth can only occur in the presence of both elements.

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ISBN: 978-1-933904-36-8

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Mechanical Analysis and Other Specialized Techniques for Enhancing Reliability (MASTER)

In the recent history of engineering, extensive efforts have been placed on developing approaches to predict the reliability and expected life of mechanical parts and systems. While the available work is extensive, it often focuses upon narrow aspects or single approaches to reliability modeling. As such, it is difficult for an engineer with little or no experience in reliability to apply these methods to real-life situations. This document is specifically targeted to address this problem, outlining the competing approaches to part reliability predictions, including Statistical Analysis of relevant failure data, Physics-of-Failure modeling, Empirical Failure Models and Data, and other less common but acceptable methods. Furthermore, the document also describes the mechanical reliability process, including the role of these predictions and other necessary testing and analyses, for the production of reliable mechanical systems.

Also available here as a download. Note: This discount does not apply to downloads.

ISBN:  978-1-933904-39-9

Techniques to Evaluate Long-Term Aging of Systems (LAST)

The report is broken down into the following sections:

Section 2 addresses general environmental design considerations for aging during in-service conditions;

Section 3 discusses aging factors as they relate to ferrous and non-ferrous metals;

Section 4 provides an overview of aging as it applies to polymer materials;

Section 5 covers general reliability design considerations and appropriate tasks/techniques.

The Reliability Information Analysis Center mission has continued to evolve over the years, with the greater recognition that reliability, maintainability, and quality are critical military system and commercial product attributes. Coincident with this evolution has been the recognition that these attributes have much more encompassing impacts than their specific attained metrics. For example, where at one time the measure of reliability called mean-time-between-failure (MTBF) was of interest in itself, now management and system planners have expanded their interest because of how that MTBF impacts such issues as sustainability and total ownership costs. Part of the refocusing of reliability-related needs is the concern over long-term aging effects on systems in operation and in storage brought about by systems having to last longer. The objective of this report is to highlight the impact of long-term aging effects on parts, assemblies and equipments by investigating characteristics of aging as they impact specific material classes. The report is broken down into the following sections: Section 2 addresses general environmental design considerations for aging during in-service conditions; Section 3 discusses aging factors as they relate to ferrous and non-ferrous metals; Section 4 provides an overview of aging as it applies to polymer materials; and Section 5 covers general reliability design considerations and appropriate tasks/techniques.

Also available here as a download. Note: This discount does not apply to downloads.

ISBN: 978-1-933904-34-4