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Engineering Reliability: New Techniques and Applications

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Engineering Reliability: New Techniques and Applications
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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN/ASIN: 0471050148
ISBN-13: 9780471050148
Number of pages: 362

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The scope of reliability engineering is extremely wide, encompassing many areas of engineering technology. Reliability engineering helps ensure the success of space missions, maintain the national security, deliver a steady supply of electric power, provide reliable transportation, and so on.

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