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  • ISBN 0471926965
  • ISBN13 978-0471926962
  • Language English
  • Author Patrick O'Connor
  • Publisher Wiley; 3rd edition (April 10, 1991)
  • Pages 432
  • Formats lrf docx lrf txt
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Engineering
  • Size ePub 1872 kb
  • Size Fb2 1473 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 642

Revised and expanded, this work has been updated to reflect the enormous changes that have taken place in the field. Greater prominence has been given to the complete integration of the processes that influence quality and reliability in product specification, design, test, manufacture and support as well as the essentials inherent in the understanding and control of variation, as it relates to product performance, cost and reliability. The chapter on the use of statistical experimentation has been expanded as have the chapters on production quality assurance and management. Electronic systems reliability has been updated and there's even a new chapter on the reliabililty of mechanical components and systems. Included for the first time is the important work done by Taguchi and Shainin.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. THE classic text on reliability engineering and management has now been fully revised and updated.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Practical Reliability Engineering provides a comprehensive. Practical Reliability Engineering. Reliability Theory and Practice (Dover Civil and Mechanical Engineering).

Practical Reliability Engineering fulfils the requirements of the Certified Reliability Engineer curriculum of the . Patrick O'Connor, Stevenage, UK Since 1995 Patrick O’Connor has worked as an independent consultant on engineering management, reliability, quality and safety.

Practical Reliability Engineering fulfils the requirements of the Certified Reliability Engineer curriculum of the American Society for Quality (ASQ).

Practical Reliability Engineering fulfils the requirements of the Certified Reliability Engineer curriculum . Printer: Yet to come. PATRICK D. T. O’CONNOR and ANDRE KLEYNER. A John Wiley & Sons, Lt. Publication.

Patrick D. It is also important that reliability engineers become integrated with design teams at the very early stages of this process, so potential reliability issues are addressed from the beginning

Patrick D. It is also important that reliability engineers become integrated with design teams at the very early stages of this process, so potential reliability issues are addressed from the beginning.

Revised and expanded, this work has been updated to reflect the enormous changes that have taken place in the field. Revised and expanded, this work has been updated to reflect the enormous changes that have taken place in the field. Greater prominence has been given to the complete integration of the processes that influence quality and reliability in product specification, design, test, manufacture and support as well as the essentials inherent in the understanding and control of variation, as it relates to product performance, cost and reliability.

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Cia
I haven't read a book fully and actually I bought to select and analyze some specific chapters in it. As a result, i was quite impressed by density of knowledge shared by author (actually with submissions from other people as well). Books give you a lot of new ideas and strategies/techniques of sometimes revolutionary and quite new approaches to engineering and maintenance concepts. I would even called Reverse engineering.
I highly recommend it to everyone studying and interested in Engineering or other applied disciplines.
As for book quality and delivery, everything was perfect and on time!
Frey
Not much out there on Rel Eng. The stuff that is, they want too much for. Good book, good price.
Pruster
This book contains an excellent treatment of the mathematics for reliability analysis and prediction. It also has numerous, excellent examples that are particularly relevant to the Electronics Industry. I strongly would recommend this book to anyone involved in the instruction of Design for Six Sigma.
Nuliax
Great book!
terostr
The book is very useful and easy to read. It gives a good understanding of reliability knowledge. I highly recommended.
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Insanity
It is a well organized book, with all the topics full covered in a easy way to understand. Depite it is a subjets sometimes a little bored, I find this book very interesting to read.
"Practical Reliability Engineering" by Patrick D.T. O'Connor, (with David Newton and Richard Bromley), John Wiley & sons, Chichester & New York, 1996. Third Edition Revised.
Back in the 1980s, I used the first edition of this book, and it was very helpful then. The third edition has been expanded to add a few chapters, including what I would call a "motivational" first chapter, entitled, "Introduction To Reliability Engineering", pages 1 to 16. This first chapter answers many of the questions that management used to ask, and to whom the final reply was, "We do Reliability because it is a contract item". Now, you can refer the managers to the first chapter.
The original edition once began with Chapter 2, "Reliability Mathematics", fundamental needed to understand Reliability; that chapter has been expanded in this edition, so much so that some has overflowed into Chapter 3, "Probability Plotting". Chapter 3 is a very complete chapter, being a compendium of the different kinds of probability paper, along with a short explanation of how to use the paper.
Interestingly enough, Chapter 5, "Reliability Prediction and Modeling" had a shipboard missile system reliability problem (pages 129-132) which was an explicit example of what we were attempting to portray on one contract. When the Naval Officers saw O' Connor's example, it made it so much easier for us as our work paralleled expert's work in the book's example. This alone was worth the price of the book. Chapter 10, "Software Reliability" is greatly expanded over the previous editions and is up-to-date with current best practices in the field. This new edition of the book is highly recommended as it provides a concise collection of reliability fundamentals. John Peter Rooney, ASQ Certified Reliability Engineer #2425.