Automation calculating the reliability of the radio electronic facilities
Introduction. Reliability analysis involves the development of appropriate computational models for each indicator reliability assessment and input parameters of the model in the form of reliability parameters of the system components to solve the final problem - estimates of output parameters of system reliability. Indicators of reliability of REF. For REF reliability are important (and sometimes crucial) functional characteristics, so it is necessary to analyze the impact on them of destabilizing external factors - mechanical, temperature, humidity, ionizing radiation. Mathematical models of the reliability of REF. The value of the operational failure rate of most groups REF calculated by mathematical models. These indicators include: basic failure rate, the rate regime, the coefficients that take into account changes in operational failure rate depending on various factors. Calculation of reliability REF programmatically. With the automation of reliability RES may not only significantly reduce the cost of time searching for the required elements and parameters, but effectively, with high accuracy, to conduct themselves calculations. Conclusions. The software product allows you to switch from "manual" calculation reliability RECs, to a fully automated modeling components. The program is applicable for calculating the reliability and to find a more "sustainable" elements to increase the probability of failure-free operation.
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