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Author Lisnianski, Anatoly, author
Title Modern dynamic reliability analysis for multi-state systems : stochastic processes and the Lz-transform / by Anatoly Lisnianski, Ilia Frenkel, Lev Khvatskin
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2021
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Descript 1 online resource (xiv, 184 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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computer c rdamedia
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Series Springer series in reliability engineering, 1614-7839
Springer series in reliability engineering
Note General Concepts and Theoretical Background -- Industrial Multi-state Systems (MSS) and Dynamic Reliability Analysis -- Modern Stochastic Processes Methods for Dynamic MSS Reliability Assessment -- LZ-transform and Extended Universal Generating Function (UGF) Technique -- Applications and Real-world Case Studies -- Short-term Availability and Reliability Analysis for Power Systems -- The Lz-Transform and the Markov Reward Approaches for the Reliability Assessment of Ship's Traction Drives -- Availability Determination for MSS Cold Water Supply System -- Availability Analysis for Aging Air Conditioning Systems -- Sensitivity and Importance Analysis of Aging MSS Water Cooling System for Magnetic Resonance Inspection Plant
This book discusses recent developments in dynamic reliability in multi-state systems (MSS), addressing such important issues as reliability and availability analysis of aging MSS, the impact of initial conditions on MSS reliability and availability, changing importance of components over time in MSS with aging components, and the determination of age-replacement policies. It also describes modifications of traditional methods, such as Markov processes with rewards, as well as a modern mathematical method based on the extended universal generating function technique, the Lz-transform, presenting various successful applications and demonstrating their use in real-world problems. This book provides theoretical insights, information on practical applications, and real-world case studies that are of interest to engineers and industrial managers as well as researchers. It also serves as a textbook or supporting text for graduate and postgraduate courses in industrial, electrical, and mechanical engineering
Host Item Springer Nature eBook
Subject Reliability (Engineering) -- Mathematical models
System analysis -- Mathematical models
Quality Control, Reliability, Safety and Risk
Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes
Mathematical and Computational Engineering
Alt Author Frenkel, Ilia, author
Khvatskin, Lev, author
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