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# Coverage-reliability engineering

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Course content and requirements for the subject A.E. 524, Reliability Engineering for the program B.S. Aeronautical Engineering of Philippine State College of Aeronautics.

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### Coverage-reliability engineering

1. 1. 1 A.E. 524 RELIABILITY ENGINEERING B.S. Aeronautical Engineering, 5th Year A.Y. 2013-2014 Objectives:  Produce future aeronautical engineers possessing very good reliability engineering knowledge and skills that they can use in their professional practice. Expected outcomes:    Prepare maintenance programs applying principles of reliability engineering. Solve problems in reliability engineering applying knowledge of mathematics, aircraft maintenance and inspection and airframe construction and repair. Practice proactive approach in solving problems instead of a reactive one. Coverage: PART 1: Maintenance and Reliability Introduction 1.1 Defining the role of Engineer and Mechanic 1.2 Definition of Maintenance 1.3 Types of Maintenance 1.4 Definition and Reliability 1.5 Types of Reliability PART 2: Introduction to Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) Fundamentals 2.1 Origin of RCM, Maintenance Steering Group 2.2 Process Oriented Maintenance Programs 2.3 Task Oriented Programs 2.4 Maintenance Intervals PART 3: Failure Models and Measurement of Reliability A.E. 524/Delicano, Joefreim A./Course Syllabus
2. 2. 2 3.1 Failure Mood and Effect Analysis 3.2 Failure Mood Effect and Critical Analysis 3.3 Fault Tree Analysis 3.4 Mean Time to Failure 3.5 Mean Time between Failures 3.6 Failure Rate Patterns PART 4: Probability Distribution Function and their function in Reliability Evaluation 4.1 Weibull Distribution 4.2 Gamma Distribution 4.3 Log Normal PART 5: Analytical System Reliability 5.1 Component Configurations PART 6: Reliability Programs and Implementations 6.1 Need of Reliability Program 6.2 Regulatory Authority 6.3 Reliability Control System PART 7: Investigation of Reliability Alerts Textbook: Smith, D.J. (2001). Reliability, Maintainability and Risk-Practical Methods for Engineers. Butterworth-Heinemann, A division of Reed Educational and Professional Publishing Ltd. Printed and bound in Great Britain by Antony Rowe, Chippenham, Wiltshire. Online References: www.weibull.com www.resnapshot.com A.E. 524/Delicano, Joefreim A./Course Syllabus