Definition
Reliability is a measure of a products quality in the time domain. Several methods are used to evaluate the reliability and detect possible failure modes. Statistical tools such as durability density functions, failure models, lifetime tests and assessment of failure data are used for a quantitative reliability assessment.
The course consists of the following topics:
- Introduction (fundamental concepts, reliability functions and parameters, standards)
- Reliability mathematics (fundamentals of statistics and probability theory, probability theory and distribution functions)
- Reliability analysis (graphical methods, Weibull analysis, structural reliability, time dependent interaction)
- Reliability-Tests (sampling strategy, planning, data collection, reduction of testing time)
- In class exercise: lifetime testing
The course consists of the following topics
- Introduction (fundamental concepts, reliability functions and parameters, standards)
- Reliability mathematics (fundamentals of statistics and probability theory, probability theory and distribution functions)
- Reliability analysis (graphical methods, Weibull analysis, structural reliability, time dependent interaction)
- Reliability-Tests (sampling strategy, planning, data collection, reduction of testing time)
- In class exercise: lifetime testing
Organisation
Time |
Summer Term, mondays 20.4.2020 – 17.7.2020; 9:50 – 11:30 am |
Location | n.n. |
Lecturer | Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tobias Melz / Dr.-Ing. Elena Slomski-Vetter |
Exam Type |
written exam registering for the exam on TUCaN |
Exam Date | 13.07.2020 |
Credits |
Bachelor MPE SWS: V2 Credit-Points: 4 |