On system reliability for multi-component half normal life time


The stress–strength models have been widely used for reliability design of systems. In these models the reliability is defined as the probability that the strength is larger than the stress. If the strength of the component is sufficient to withstand the stress, then the component is functional. Otherwise, the component fails immediately. This paper considers the problem of strength of a manufactured item against an array of stresses following half-normal distribution.

DOI Code: 10.1285/i20705948v5n1p132

Keywords: Strength reliability, product reliability, stress of materials, half-normal lifetime, power function distribution

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