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    RELIABILITY MODELING AND PREDICTION

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Withdrawn date:  04-05-1998

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    Publisher:  US Military Specs/Standards/Handbooks

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    Table of Contents - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    Paragraph
    1 Scope
    1.1 Scope
    1.2 Application
    1.3 Purpose
    1.4 Numbering system
    1.4.1 Classification of task sections, tasks and
               methods
    1.5 Revisions
    1.5.1 Standard
    1.5.2 Task sections, tasks, and methods
    1.6 Method of reference
    2 Referenced documents
    2.1 Issues of documents
    2.2 Other publications
    3 Definitions
    3.1 Terms
    4 General requirements
    4.1 General
    4.2 Implementation
    4.3 Ground rules and assumptions
    4.4 Indenture level
    4.5 Coding system
    4.6 Mission success definition
    4.7 Coordination of effort
    4.8 General procedures
    4.8.1 Item definition
    4.8.2 Service use profile
    4.8.2.1 Logistic cycle
    4.8.2.2 Operational cycle
    4.8.2.2.1 Mission profile
    4.8.2.3 Environmental profile
    4.9 Reliability modeling and prediction report
    4.9.1 Summary
    4.9.2 Reliability critical element lists
    5 Detailed requirements
    5.1 Task description and methods
    5.1.1 Details to be specified
    Figures
    1 Service use events in the logistic and
               operational cycles
    102.1 Performance parameters, limits and failure
               criteria
    2003.1 Failure-rate estimating chart for electronic
               analog function
    2003.2 Failure-rate estimating chart for digital
               electronics functions
    2003.3 Failure-rate estimation chart for mechanical
               devices
    Tables
    1002-I Truth table calculation for the mission
               reliability diagram
    1002-II Reduction tabulation
    1003-I Logic diagram examples
    1004-I Success/failure array for the mission
               reliability diagram
    200-I Environmental symbol identification and
               description
    2003-I Weighting factors for different classes of
               electronic AEGs used in estimating analog
               complexity for Figure 2003.1
    2003-II Weighting factors for estimating digital
               electronics AEG complexity for use with
               Figure 2003.2
    2003-III Weighting factors for shipboard mechanical
               elements for use in conjunction with Figure
               2003.3
    Task Sections
    100 Reliability modeling
    200 Reliability prediction
    Tasks
    101 Basic reliability model
    102 Mission reliability model
    201 Basic reliability prediction
    202 Mission reliability prediction
    Methods
    1001 Conventional probability
    1002 Boolean truth table
    1003 Logic diagram
    1004 Monte carlo simulation
    2001 Similar item method
    2002 Similar circuit method
    2003 Active element group method
    2004 Parts count method
    2005 Parts stress analysis method
    Appendix A. Application and tailoring guide
    Paragraph
    10 General
    10.1 Scope
    10.2 Tailoring requirements
    10.3 Duplication of effort
    10.4 Limitations
    20 Referenced documents
    30 Definitions
    40 General
    40.1 Ordering data
    40.2 Data item descriptions
    50 Application criteria
    50.1 General considerations
    50.1.1 Level of detail
    50.1.2 Timing
    50.1.3 Intended use

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    Gives criteria for preparation of Mission and Basic Reliability models and predictions for electromechanical, electronic, electrical, mechanical and ordnance systems and equipment. Coverage includes application, referenced documents, coding system, service use profile, logistic cycle, indenture level, item definition, and reliability critical element lists. Also gives detailed diagrams.

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    Document Type Standard
    Publisher US Military Specs/Standards/Handbooks
    Status Withdrawn

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    MIL C 85521 : 0 CONCENTRATOR, OXYGEN, GGU-7/A
    MIL E 29581 : 0 EARCUP, UNIT ACTIVE NOISE REDUCTION SYSTEM
    04/30101075 DC : DRAFT JUN 2004
    MIL G 18473 : B GENERATOR, MOTOR, AND AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT, DIRECT CURRENT, NAVAL SHIP PROPULSION
    MIL STD 2097 : A ACQUISITION OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND ASSOCIATED INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SUPPORT
    MIL D 28963 : A
    MIL C 83867 : B CONNECTOR, OXYGEN MASK HOSE NON-EJECTION TYPE
    MIL D 81357 : A DISPLAY GROUP, TACTICAL DATA AN ASA 70
    MIL T 24309 : 0 TECHNICAL SUPPORT PLAN FOR ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
    SAE ARP 5796 : 2013 FLIGHT CRITICAL CONTROL VALVES, MILITARY AIRCRAFT
    MIL HDBK 2067 : 0 AIRCREW AUTOMATED ESCAPE SYSTEMS RELIABILITY AND MAINTAINABILITY (R/M) PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS FOR
    MIL G 21296 : B GENERATOR SET, DIESEL ENGINE, 45O VOLT, 6O HZ AC, SINGLE AND TWIN ENGINE DRIVEN, NAVAL SHIPBOARD
    ISO/TR 19972-1:2009 Hydraulic fluid power Methods to assess the reliability of hydraulic components Part 1: General procedures and calculation method
    MIL STD 1629 : A PROCEDURES FOR PERFORMING A FAILURE MODE, EFFECTS AND CRITICALITY ANALYSIS
    MIL A 81917 : 0 AIRCRAFT FIRING CIRCUIT TEST SET AN/AWM-54
    MIL I 22126 : B INDICATOR, TORQUEMETER, ENGINE, TURBOPROP
    MIL D 18300 : H DESIGN EXAMINATIONS, ENGINEERING AVIONIC SYSTEMS/EQUIPMENT GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR
    MIL O 38338 : C (1) OIL QUANTITY GAGING SYSTEM, CONTINUOUS TRANSISTORIZED NUCLEONIC, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
    MIL HDBK 276/1 : 0 LIFE CYCLE COST MODEL FOR DEFENSE MATERIAL SYSTEMS DATA COLLECTION WORKBOOK
    MIL W 81560 : 0 WEAPON, BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL GENERAL DESIGN SPECIFICATION FOR
    MIL D 49446 : A DETECTOR DEWAR DT-591A/UA
    MIL T 28735 : 0 TEST SET RADAR AM UPM 137
    MIL A 85055 : 0 AVIONICS SYSTEM PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION FOR A-4M/AV-8 BOMBING SET, ANGLE RATE AN/ASB-19(V)
    MIL HDBK 472 : 0 MAINTAINABILITY PREDICTION
    MIL T 28764 : 0 TEST SET, RADAR, AN/UPM-136
    MIL I 87216 : 0 INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS, AIRBORNE REQUEST FOR ISSUE OTHER THAN DOD MUST BE SENT VIA; ASD/ENES, WRIGHT PATTERSON AFB OH 45433-6503
    MIL S 901 : D SHOCK TESTS, HI [HIGH IMPACT] SHIPBOARD MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS, REQUIREMENTS FOR
    MIL A 81258 : 0 AMPLIFIER, RESOLVER, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
    MIL T 5483 : D TRANSMITTER, PRESSURE, SYNCHRO AIRCRAFT 165 DEGREE MOVEMENT
    PD ISO/TR 19972-1:2009 Hydraulic fluid power. Methods to assess the reliability of hydraulic components General procedures and calculation method
    MIL P 28739 : 0 PEDESTAL GROUP, ANTENNA, FOR IFF ANTENNAS AN/UPA-57
    MIL STD 2067 : 0 AIRCREW AUTOMATED ESCAPE SYSTEMS RELIABILITY AND MAINTAINABILITY (R/M) PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS FOR
    MIL HDBK 338 : B ELECTRONIC RELIABILITY DESIGN HANDBOOK
    MIL G 22077 : C GENERATOR SETS, GAS TURBINE, DIRECT AND ALTERNATING CURRENT NAVAL SHIPBOARD USE
    MIL P 24764 : 0 POWER SUPPLIES, SHIPBOARD, ELECTRONIC, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
    MIL C 81883 : 0 CONTROL GROUP, ELECTRIC POWER OK-XXX (V) A GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
    MIL F 8785 : C FLYING QUALITIES OF PILOTED AIRPLANES
    MIL I 23832 : A INDICATOR, TACHOMETER, TRIPLE POINTER, HELICOPTER
    JSSG 2010 12 : 0 CREW SYSTEMS DEPLOYABLE AERODYNAMIC DECELERATOR (DAD) SYSTEMS HANDBOOK
    MIL A 81307 : 0 AMPLIFIER, SERVOMOTOR GENERAL SPECIFICATION
    MIL D 49319 : 1992-01-22 DETECTOR-DEWAR DT-591B/UA
    MIL HDBK 2097 : A ACQUISITION OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND ASSOCIATED INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SUPPORT
    MIL C 38271 : B CONNECTOR, OXYGEN MASK TO REGULATOR CRU-60/P
    BS EN 62308 : 2006 EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY - RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT METHODS
    MIL C 7135 : F COMPRESSOR, PNEUMATIC, 3000 PSI 2 SCFM AERO 2A AERO 2A-1 AERO 2B AND AERO 2B-1
    IEEE 1887:2017 WAYSIDE ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS FOR DC TRACTION APPLICATIONS
    MIL P 23141 : D PLOTTING TABLE, ANTI SUBMARINE AND DEAD RECKONING (NAVAL SHIPBOARD)
    DOD W 24644 : 0 WELDING MACHINE, ARC, DIRECT CURRENT, 300 AMPERE, VARIABLE VOLTAGE, TRANSFORMER RECTIFIER TYPE, DAMAGE CONTROL, LIGHT WEIGHT, PORTABLE (METRIC)
    MIL STD 1543 : B RELIABILITY PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS FOR SPACE AND LAUNCH VEHICLES
    DEFSTAN 00-41/3(1993) : 1993 RELIABILITY AND MAINTAINABILITY MOD GUIDE TO PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES
    MIL P 6457 : E POWER SUPPLY, METALLIC RECTIFIER TYPE, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
    MIL I 38338 : D INDICATOR, OIL QUANTITY, CONTINUOUS TRANSMISSION, NUCLEONIC
    MIL STD 2080 : 0 MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING, PLANNING AND ANALYSIS FOR AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS, SUBSYSTEMS, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
    MIL F 85406 : 0 FUSE SYSTEM, JOINT SERVICE ELECTRONIC BOMB FMU-139/B
    MIL R 85669 : 0 REPEATER SET, RADIO, POD AN/ARQ-49
    EIA RB4 : A1969 RELIABILITY QUANTIFICATION
    MIL P 85710 : 0 PARACHUTES, PERSONNEL, EMERGENCY ESCAPE GENERAL DESIGN SPECIFICATION FOR
    I.S. EN 62308:2006 EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY - RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT METHODS
    IEC 62308:2006 Equipment reliability - Reliability assessment methods
    EN 62308 : 2006 EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY - RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT METHODS

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    MIL HDBK 251 : 0 RELIABILITY/DESIGN THERMAL APPLICATIONS
    MIL STD 280 : A DEFINITIONS OF ITEM LEVELS, ITEM EXCHANGEABILITY, MODELS, AND RELATED TERMS
    MIL STD 470 : B MAINTAINABILITY PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (FOR SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENTS)
    MIL STD 2072 : 0 SURVIVABILITY, AIRCRAFT, ESTABLISHMENT AND CONDUCT OF PROGRAMS FOR
    MIL STD 1591 : 0 ON AIRCRAFT, FAULT DIAGNOSIS, SUBSYSTEMS, ANALYSIS SYNTHESIS OF
    MIL STD 2080 : 0 MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING, PLANNING AND ANALYSIS FOR AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS, SUBSYSTEMS, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
    MIL HDBK 217 : F RELIABILITY PREDICTION OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
    MIL STD 882 : E STANDARD PRACTICE FOR SYSTEM SAFETY
    MIL STD 780 : G WORK UNIT CODES FOR AERONAUTICAL EQUIPMENT, UNIFORM NUMBERING SYSTEM
    MIL STD 1670 : A ENVIRONMENTAL CRITERIA AND GUIDELINES FOR AIR LAUNCHED WEAPONS
    MIL STD 881 : C WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURES FOR DEFENSE MATERIAL ITEMS
    MIL STD 721 : C DEFINITIONS OF EFFECTIVENESS TERMS FOR RELIABILITY MAINTAINABILITY, HUMAN FACTORS, AND SAFETY
    MIL STD 785 : B RELIABILITY PROGRAM FOR SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION
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