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 Title & Authors
Reliability Analysis for One-Shot Systems with Periodic Inspection
Kim, Ha Won; Yun, Won Young;
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 Abstract
This paper considers one-shot systems such as missiles, air bags of automobiles that are stored for a long time and are used at most once. One shot systems are inspected periodically to detect system failures and repair the system because we do not know whether the system will work or not on demand. Thus, we can keep high availability of the system by periodic inspection. Martinez (1984) obtained the system reliability approximately. In this paper, we obtain the exact system reliability under periodic inspection. Finally, we compare the system reliability from our formula with one of Martinez (1984) by numerical examples.
 Keywords
One-Shot System;Storage Reliability;Periodic Inspection;
 Language
Korean
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