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CFRCleaning Force Ratio
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Assume a constant failure rate of [lambda] for the 3 components.
B] represent the constant failure rates of the components A and B respectively.
The calculations provided in this paper assume a constant failure rate for all the equipment.
For a constant failure rate [lambda], reliability as a function of time R(t) is:
c] are the respective constant failure rates of the individual, independent units, switched power supplies and single supervisory controller.
McLinn[5] states that "The constant failure rate model is no longer valid for electronic systems as a general model.
Constant failure rate models (Poisson Process) are the simplest form of reliability model.
The confidence interval includes unity, so there is no proof that a constant failure rate model is not valid.
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.
Typically the constant failure rate ranges from a few ppb to a few hundred ppb[1].
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