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This booklet provides unique experiences describing the newest examine and advancements within the zone of reliability and platforms engineering. It is helping the reader deciding on gaps within the present wisdom and provides fruitful parts for additional examine within the box. between others, this ebook covers reliability measures, reliability review of multi-state platforms, optimization of multi-state platforms, non-stop multi-state platforms, new computational suggestions utilized to multi-state structures and probabilistic and non-probabilistic protection assessment.

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C. (1982). Direct computation for consecutive-k-out-of-n: F systems. IEEE Transactions on Reliability, R-31(5), 444-446. 4. C. A. (1982). Consecutive-k-out-of-n: F networks. IEEE Transactions on Reliability, R-31(1), 53-55. 5. C. A. (1985). Consecutive-k-out-of-n: F system with sequential failures. IEEE Transactions on Reliability, R-34, 43-45. 6. T. D. (1984). Economical design of large consecutive-k-out-of-n: F systems. IEEE Transactions on Reliability, R-33(5), 411-413. 7. A. (1994). Optimal redundancy of k-out-of-n: G system with two kinds of CCFS.

J. Endharta F system originated from Chiang and Niu [8]. A mirror image of this system structure, namely consecutive-k-out-of-n: G systems have been studied and the system works if and only if there are at least k consecutive working components [24, 28, 48]. A closed form of the reliability function of a linear consecutive-2-out-of-n: F system has been developed by Chang and Niu [8]. They considered a constant failure probability p of components and obtained the exact reliability value. Another reliability function of the similar system has been proposed by Bollinger and Salvia [4] and involved the term of N(j, k, n) which was interpreted as the number of binary numbers with length n containing exactly j ones with at most k − 1 consecutive ones.

Although the failures of components are dependent on each other, the system failure paths are independent on each other. Thus, it is easier to obtain the probability by exploiting the system failure paths. In this subsection, we consider the systems with identical components of which are identical and the failure rates are constant. d components are identical and the value is denoted as λ. We define wji as the number of working components in step i in path j. The term αji and βji can be given as follows, respectively, aji ¼ wji k; ð8Þ bji ¼ k: ð9Þ In order to understand more easily, a small illustration is made.

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