Concise Reliability for Engineers
by Jaroslav Mencik (ed.)
Publisher: InTech 2016
Number of pages: 214
Our life is strongly influenced by the reliability of the things we use, as well as of processes and services. Failures cause losses in the industry and society. Methods for reliability assessment and optimization are thus very important. This book explains the fundamental concepts and tools.
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