Guidelines for Preparing Reliability Assessment Plans for Electronic Engine Controls
- Aerospace Standard
Encourages the equipment manufacturer (the Plan owner) to consider all relevant information regarding equipment reliability which may include the effects of design and manufacturing process as well as component selection issues. This is in contrast to more traditional methods that focus on component reliability as the most significant contributor to the equipment reliability.
Encourages the equipment manufacturer to define and use the processes that are most effective for the manufacturer’s own equipment. This guide does not attempt to prescribe a set of acceptable data, algorithms, methods, or equations to be used in reliability assessment, but rather to provide a ‘toolbox’ of complementary assessment methodologies based upon a number of current practices.
Describes a continuous process, in which a reliability assessment can be updated as more information becomes available during the equipment life cycle. This information may be used to improve both the reliability of the equipment and the effectiveness of the assessment process.
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