An Introduction To Reliability and Maintainability by Charles E. Ebeling

By Charles E. Ebeling

This functional and glossy method of reliability bargains with center recommendations, significant types, and confirmed ideas. the pc software program packaged within the Instructor's guide permits scholars to target innovations and research rather than tedius numerical calculations. proper to all departments of engineering, relatively business, this article presents an advent to chance and statistical options that's essential to help the advance of reliability and maintainability ideas.

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