FREQUENCY OF REPLACEMENT WITH MAXIMUM EFFECTS OF ELECTRICUTIONS AND CUMULATIVE DAMAGES IN RELIABILITY
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 3174-3179
AbstractElectricutions creating damages to the system is a common phenomenon in reliability theory, which creates damage to the system due to its magnitude will affect the functioning of a system. Adequate replacement of the system is not realistic since it involves cost. A stochastic model is constructed with three different cases of Electricutions and the time to replacement of a system is obtained, when the breakdown threshold for the cumulative damages and maximum magnitude of Electricutions crosses its threshold simultaneously. The numerical illustration is determined to the mean and variance of time to replacement and the conclusion is presented.
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