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Reliability engineering (6 points)


Leader: T Czaszejko

Clayton Second semester 2003 (Day)
Clayton Second semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: Basic probability theory and its applications in reliability engineering. Reliability network models. Evaluation of simple and complex systems. Reliability calculation of stand-by, repairable and non-repairable systems. Probability distributions and their use in reliability evaluation. Discrete and continuous Markov models. Frequency and duration techniques. Approximate techniques for evaluation of system reliability.

Assessment: Examinations (3 hours): 70% + Assignments + Laboratory work: 30%

Contact Hours: 26 lectures, 26 hours of tutorials and practical work

Prerequisites: MAT3901

Prohibitions: ECE4509

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