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An example of phased mission reliability analysis for a hypothetical Naval weapon system

Steven E. Pilnick

An example of phased mission reliability analysis for a hypothetical Naval weapon system

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Statistical methods,
  • Systems engineering,
  • Weapons systems,
  • Reliability,
  • System analysis,
  • Mathematical models,
  • United States. Navy,
  • Reliability (Engineering),
  • United States

  • About the Edition

    In a phased mission, the functional organization of the system changes during consecutive time periods, which introduces analysis complexities not present with just a single phase. This occurs since the performance of a particular component in one phase of the mission is not independent of its performance in another phase. In this paper, an example is analyzed, largely with graphical techniques and diagrams, so as to avoid the complicated mathematics which characterize much of the existing methodology. (Author)

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Steven E. Pilnick
    ContributionsNaval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p. :
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25516169M
    OCLC/WorldCa423385914

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Item Preview remove-circle An example of phased mission reliability analysis for a hypothetical naval weapons system. by Pilnick, Steven E. Publication date TopicsPages: An example of phased mission reliability An example of phased mission reliability analysis for a hypothetical Naval weapon system book for a ADA In this section, the altitude and orbit control system (AOCS), a critical subsystem of the manmade satellite, is introduced as a practical example to illustrate the reliability modeling process of phased mission by: Reliability analysis of phased-mission systems (PMS) must consider the statistical dependences of element states across different phases as well as changes in system configuration, success.

Analysis of Generalized Phased-Mission Reliability Liudong Xing, Member, IEEE and Joanne Bechta Dugan, F ellow, IEEE Index T erms— Generalized phased-mission system. reliability analysis of phased-mission systems.

Liudong Xing and Joanne Bechta Dugan () suggested Generalized Phased Mission System(GPMS) for reliabilityanalysis of phased mission systems. 2 Case Study The boring machine is mounted on a structural beam which is hinged on vehicle chassis at the rear. The proposed method provides a phased mission analysis technique that allows the rapid con-struction of reliability models for An example of phased mission reliability analysis for a hypothetical Naval weapon system book missions and, with the use of BDDs,rapid quantification.

Keywords: phased mission analysis, autonomous systems, decision-making strategy, binary decision diagrams 1 INTRODUCTION. The goal of improving system reliability often presents a design paradox; “mission” reliability cannot be increased without simultaneously decreasing “logistics” reliability.

When faced with the challenge of a system that has inadequate reliability to meet specification requirements, hardware redundancy is often implemented, leading to an improvement in one metric while.

- Hazard: “A system state or set of conditions that, together with a particular set of worst-case environment conditions, will lead to an accident” 2: Model the control structure for the system - Control structure at the organizational level - Functional control structure at the system level 3: Identify unsafe control actions (UCAs)File Size: 3MB.

For example, an aircraft An example of phased mission reliability analysis for a hypothetical Naval weapon system book involves taxi, take-off, ascent, level-flight, descent, and landing phases [2], [5]. During each phase, the system has to accomplish a specified task and may be subject to different stresses and environmental conditions as well as different reliability by: Reliability Analysis of a Single-Engine Aircraft FADEC Page 5 • Permanent hardware faults.

All faults are assumed to be permanent without possibil-ity of repair until after the mission, when all faults are repaired. • The coverage factor are assumed to be for the master channel of the two-chan-nel system.

Approximate Method for Reliability Assessment of Complex Phased Mission Systems: ZHOU Hang1,2 (), LI Xiangyu1 (), HUANG Hongzhong1* (ƺ) (1. Center for System Reliability and Safety, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, ChengduChina; 2. reliability design analyses is to provide quantitative risk assessment data in support of the risk management process.

For this process to be effective, the design analyses must be consistent and based on reasonable assumptions. For example, the part stress analysis (PSA), the worstFile Size: 1MB. electronics, transportation and nuclear, phased-mission system (PMS) analysis is being recognized as an appropriate reliability analysis method for a large number of problems [1].

Many systems perform a mission which can be divided into consecutive time periods (phases). In each phase, the system needs to accomplish a specific task.

The systemFile Size: KB. • Appendix C provides a sketch of an analysis that may be performed to determine if a current aging system experiencing increasing O&S costs should be replaced with a new comparable system, or else upgraded in order to defer the replacement.

This type of analysis may be called for as part of the AnalysisFile Size: 2MB. agram. The basic reliability model and the mission reliabil-ity model can be built up applying the reliability block dia-gram of system.

For single channel servo actuation system, the basic reliability model and mission reliability model are the same. The mission reliability diagram and the basic re-liability diagram are shown in Figure 1. For example, if a system was tested in a cold (32°F) and rainy (″ per hour) environment and in a hot (85°F) and dry (″ per hour) environment, there would be some reason to hope, possibly using statistical modeling, for a simulation to provide information about the performance of the system in a moderately hot (65°F) and somewhat.

traceability, performance analysis, simulation, test, etc. “Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is the formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout development and later life cycle phases.”File Size: 2MB.

Li and others () performed a detailed reliability analysis on the power equipment of a certain new ground-to-air missile weapon system, including the main engine generating system and external power supply system which contains the generator set, the control device, the junction box and the cable.

They also. An approach on mission analysis 85 cruise speed profiles are used. A similar plot for SE mV, for h ct and 'ISA will lead to the maximum endurance technique, used when maximizing time is necessary. Below an example is computed for the theoretical model of a small commercial aircraft at h= m.

tools collectively called System Analysis and Con-trol. Systems engineering controls are used to track decisions and requirements, maintain technical baselines, manage interfaces, manage risks, track cost and schedule, track technical performance, verify requirements are met, and review/audit the progress.

During the systems engineering process File Size: 1MB. The author acknowledges the contributions of Kenneth E. Gerber, co-developer of SUBMEPP's Feedback Data Analysis System. BIBLIOGRAPHY American Management Systems, Inc., "Age Reliability Analysis Prototype Study", NC, November, It is an urgently problem to be solved that how to test a weapon system-of-systems capabilities in a joint operational context.

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government with. An overview of the phase-modular fault tree approach to phased mission system analysis. Login. We look at how fault tree analysis (FTA), a primary means of performing reliability analysis of PMS, can meet this challenge in this paper by presenting an overview of the modular approach to solving fault trees that represent PMS.

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Phased Mission Event Trees The system models in this PRA (fault W) are Mnsistenk with the pmposed design architecture associated with the initial design refi mission.

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