Applications of Probabilistic Methods
Published May 8, 2012 by SAE International in United States
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) addresses the following:
Captures previous experience and lessons learned in the application of PM.
Tabulates public-domain applications, and several representative examples discussed in detail.
Notes relative merits and barriers to implementation.
The document does not contain technical details of probabilistic methods, benchmarking of specific approaches or legal aspects. These subjects are covered in other AIRs, referenced in Section 2 and prepared by the Probabilistic Methods Committee of the G-11 Reliability, Maintainability, Supportability and Logistics (RMSL) Division of SAE.
AIR5109 has been reaffirmed to comply with the SAE five-year review policy.
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|TABLE 3||Duffy Pad/Coupling Interference Summary (Design Model)|
|TABLE 4||Duffy Pad/Coupling Interference Summary (CMM Model)|
|TABLE 5||Coupling/Duffy Pad Clearance Contributors - Design Condition|
|TABLE 6||Coupling/Duffy Pad Clearance Contributors - CMM Data|
|TABLE 7||Valves Used for Probabilistic Model on PA 130E2 IM Container|
|TABLE 8||Deterministic Results of 7 ft Horizontal Drop Test|
|TABLE 9||Reliability Results of Analysis|
|TABLE 10||System Reliability|
|TABLE 11||Sensitivity Data|
|TABLE 12||CUS Reliability Analysis|
|TABLE 13||Case Study|
The G-11PM Committee is a part of SAE's Reliability, Maintainability, Supportability and Logistics (RMSL)G-11 Division. The PM Committee has over 100 participants and is one of the fastest growing committees in the RMSL G-11 Division.The Committee has the mission and vision to "enable/facilitate rapid deployment of probabilistic technology to enhance the competitiveness of our industries by better, faster, greener, smarter, affordable, and reliable product development."
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