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Assume a constant failure rate of [lambda] for the 3 components.
[[lambda].sub.M] Constant failure rate of any one unit of subsystem [T.sub.2]
In this equation, r, [r.sub.p], and [r.sub.c] are the respective constant failure rates of the individual, independent units, switched power supplies and single supervisory controller.
(1990), "Constant failure rate - a paradigm in transition", Quality and Reliability Engineering International, Vol.
"The underlining problem with MTBF is the assumption of a constant failure rate. That doesn't give you an answer that is valid because failure rates are rarely constant.
Electrical components and many other types of equipment have a relatively constant failure rate over much of its useful life.
The units are identical and have constant failure rate. The failure rate of the units changes during various intervals of the mission.
Unity slopes are used in a model with a constant failure rate, where the Weibull distribution reduces to the exponential distribution.
The infant morality period is followed by a steady-state failure rate period which has a constant failure rate (CFR).
If a repairable system exhibits a constant failure rate, the underlying stochastic process describing that failure pattern is said to be stationary and called a renewal process.
The device failure rate model follows the Weibull distribution in its early life and is followed by a very long, useful life of constant failure rate. Typically the constant failure rate ranges from a few ppb to a few hundred ppb[1].
[[lambda].sub.1],[[lambda].sub.2],[[lambda].sub.3],[[lambda].sub.4], [[lambda].sub.5] : respective mean constant failure rates of A,B C, D,E.
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