Reliability Modeling is the important process whereby designers describe the structure of the proposed design and use structure (and math model) to allocate reliability goals to individual elements and to continuously track the progress toward meeting the objective(s). This module introduces the basics of reliability modeling and while the exponential model is used in many of the examples, the conversation is kept broad enough to incorporate the use of other reliability distributions. Some of the concepts discussed include:
- Probability Basics
- Reliability Block Modeling
- Simple Monte Carlo Methods
- Introduction to State Based Models
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