5 edition of Reliability and risk issues in large scale safety-critical digital control systems found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Poong Hyun Seong, editor ; with additional contributions by Poong Hyun Seong ... [et al.].|
|Series||Springer series in reliability engineering, Springer series in reliability engineering|
|Contributions||Seong, Poong Hyun.|
|LC Classifications||TJ223.M53 R45 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 303 p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||2008933411|
He later held a postdoctoral fellowship, and since he has been an Associate Professor at the Department of Product Design Engineering, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. A proper reliability plan should always address RAMT analysis in its total context. Safety-critical systems need to be near perfect. Read Online Maintainability estimates repair rates are also generally more accurate. Cambridge University Press.
He has run a wide range of short courses for industry on various topics in reliability assessment and risk analysis in Asia, Europe, South America, and the USA. But, as GM and Toyota have belatedly discovered, TCO also includes the downstream liability costs when reliability calculations have not sufficiently or accurately addressed customers' personal bodily risks. Setting only availability, reliability, testability, or maintainability targets e. It is supported by leadership, built on the skills that one develops within a team, integrated into business processes and executed by following proven standard work practices. Requirements are to be derived and tracked in this way.
This ensures that there are reasonable workloads and that the subdivisions are consistent. Occupational Psychology A design requirement should be precise enough so that a designer can "design to" it and can also prove—through analysis or testing—that the requirement has been achieved, and, if possible, within some a stated confidence. For example, a system that is a critical link in a production system—e.
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His research interests include various aspects of new product development, operations management lot sizing, quality, reliability, maintenanceand post-sale support warranties, service contracts.
In addition, the book details a variety of reliability analysis methods that are needed during all stages of a safety—critical system, beginning with specification and design and advancing to operations, maintenance, and modification control.
It is important that in these systems, safety is designed into the product rather than it being an afterthought. Because the failure of these systems can be dangerous, these systems are designed to be as flawless as possible. An example would be air brakes on trucks.
Part 4 discusses design and assurance techniques; review and testing techniques; reliability growth modeling; field data collection and feedback; predicting and demonstrating repair times; quantified reliability maintenance; and systematic failures.
Consistent with the creation of safety casesfor example per ARPthe goal of reliability assessments is to provide a robust set of qualitative and quantitative evidence that use of a component or system will not be associated with unacceptable risk. Resource determination for manpower and budgets for testing and other tasks is critical for a successful program.
In many cases, a system is produced that seems to work, but then it unexpectedly fails.
Description Reliability, Maintainability and Risk: Practical Methods for Engineers, Eighth Edition, discusses tools and techniques for reliable and safe engineering, and for optimizing maintenance strategies. What is acceptable is determined by the managing authority or customers or the affected communities.
Programmers write lists of coding that they believe will achieve the outlined behavior for each subdivision.
This can be a difficult process as specifications can often be misinterpreted. In a de minimis definition, severity of failures includes the cost of spare parts, man-hours, logistics, damage secondary failuresand downtime of machines which may cause production loss.
Often a trade-off is needed between the two. Combining theory and practical applications, Reliability of Safety-Critical Systems: Theory and Applications implements key safety-related strategies and methods to meet quantitative safety integrity requirements.
Human and software reliability are difficult to completely analyze. Occupational Psychology Each program subdivision is designed to dictate a particular program behavior.
Draft Report. Divided into four sections dealing with hardware and digital system reliability, software reliability, human reliability and human operators in integrated large scale digital systems operation, Reliability and Risk Issues in Large Scale Safety-critical Digital Control Systems offers insights from professional researchers in each specialized field in a diverse yet unified approach.
Unlike other books which examine theories and issues in individual fields, this book reviews important problems and countermeasures across the fields of hardware and system reliability, software reliability, verification and validation, digital systems, human factors engineering and human reliability analysis.With an emphasis on how safety-critical functions are introduced into systems and facilities to prevent or mitigate the impact of an accident, this book is an excellent guide for professionals, consultants, and operators of safety-critical systems who carry out practical, risk, and reliability assessments of safety-critical systems.
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Looking Forward - Reliability of Safety Critical Control Systems on Offshore Drilling Vessels 4 equipment and configuration. In a new-building project it is the yard that assumes the role of system integrator, attempting to harmonize and coordinate deliveries from multiple control system vendors.
Description: “Reliability and Risk Issues in Large Scale Safety-critical Digital Control Systems” provides a comprehensive coverage of reliability issues and their corresponding countermeasures in the field of large-scale digital control systems, from the hardware and software in digital systems to the human operators who supervise the.
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This paper describes the specification and design of a low-cost advanced microcomputer controller suitable for use in large-scale process control systems in safety-critical applications. Accurate and robust decentralized control at a local level is achieved by a variable-structure controller with state observer.