Reliability, Engineering, Tracking radar
This report, "Analysis of System Reliability as a Capital Investment", is an analysis of radar system reliability of two similar tracking radar systems as a capital investment. It describes the two tracking radar systems and calculates the mission failures rates based upon field failure data. Additionally, an analysis of a simulation program written in FORTRAN is performed which treats system reliability as a capital investment based on 335 electronic systems that were fabricated with a reliability program versus 564 electronic systems fabricated without a reliability program. The data from the two tracking radar systems, one with reliability program and the other without, is incorporated in the computer program to verify the conclusions of the author of the computer simulation program.
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Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
Engineering Math and Computer Systems
Length of Campus-only Access
Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Reliability (Engineering), Tracking radar
Williams, Albert J., "Analysis of System Reliability as a Capital Investment" (1978). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 311.
Contributor (Linked data)
Klee, Harold [VIAF]
Klee, Harold [LC]
University of Central Florida. College of Engineering [VIAF]