ANALYSIS OF FAILURE MECHANISMS ON RELIABILITY OF NON-REPAIRABLE SYSTEMS
The status of the failure mechanisms of other dependent components may change, rendering them worthless or preventing them from operating as a consequence of the failure of one component in a system exhibiting function-dependent behavior. There has never been a mention of the failure mechanism level in any reliability research of functional dependency. This study employs a technique for evaluating component reliability that takes into account the behavior of failure mechanisms in components that have functional dependencies. These components include the second kind of trigger and suspension. For the purpose of accurately representing the behavior of the failure mechanism, the FMT and FDEP gates are employed. This work comes to a close with the development of a BDD model of the system as well as the presentation of certain reliability curves. A case study is used to describe the behavior of the failure mechanism inside the system.
Failure Mechanism, Suspension, Classification, Trigger Effect, Reliability