By G. Dummer, R. Winton, Mike Tooley BA; Advanced Technological and Higher National Certificates Kingston University
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Additional resources for An Elementary Guide To Reliability, Fifth Edition
The way in which the equipment responds to its control mechanism is a function of the equipment design, and so is not relevant to operability. The overall reliability of an equipment thus depends on the integration of the equipment and the operator, and this means considering the type and position of information displays, and the position, movement, and type of controls in relation to operator comfort and movement. Mistakes in operation will also be reduced if controls are grouped according to their function, and according to the particular part of the equipment which they influence.
General mechanical failures There are many causes of failure. Some have been listed by C. Lipson I as: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Defective design Wrong application Manufacturing defect Wear-out Incorrect installation ILipson, C. 'Analysis and Prevention of Mechanical Failures', Course Notes 8007, University of Michigan,Ann Arbor, June 1980. 38 An Elementary Guide to Reliability (6) Failure of other parts (7) Gradual deterioration Some interesting sources of product failure in the following areas are given by Lipson 2 as: (1) Steel industry.
It can take many forms: partial, active, stand-by, etc. Partial redundancy can be illustrated by spokes in a bicycle wheel; even if some of them are broken the wheel will not fail. A lift suspension may consist of more than one rope so that in case one fails the lift can still operate. A further example is that of a four-engine aeroplane, capable of taking off on three engines. , when failure would have far-reaching effects, defence, safety or financial consequences, redundancy is employed. This means that part or the whole of a particularly vulnerable equipment is replicated in order to reduce the probability of loss of system function.
An Elementary Guide To Reliability, Fifth Edition by G. Dummer, R. Winton, Mike Tooley BA; Advanced Technological and Higher National Certificates Kingston University