How do I define Failure and Maintenance Models?

Started by sukishan, Aug 13, 2009, 07:19 PM

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Once you have defined the logical fault tree or network structure of your project you can define comprehensive failure and maintenance models to represent the performance of components within your system.

These models could be simple failure and repair models or they could represent complex dependencies including ageing, spares requirements, labor availability, operational phases, standby arrangements, etc. For new users the Failure Model Wizard will allow you to build new failure models by answering a few simple questions.
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from this infprmation i can easily gather what failure and maintenance

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