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MIL HDBK 338/1 : A NOTICE 1

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ELECTRONIC RELIABILITY DESIGN HANDBOOK VOLUME 1

Superseded date

01-10-1998

Published date

12-01-2013

1.0 Scope
1.1 Purpose
1.2 Application
1.3 Organization
2.0 Referenced documents
2.1 Government documents
2.2 Other referenced documents
3.0 Definitions
3.1 Definitions of basic system terms
3.2 Definitions of time concepts
3.3 Additional terms
4.0 General statements
4.1 Introduction and background
4.2 The system reliability problem
4.3 The system engineering process
4.4 System effectiveness
4.5 Factors influencing system effectiveness
4.6 Optimization of system effectiveness
References
5.0 Reliability/maintainability/availability theory
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Reliability theory
5.3 Maintainability theory
5.4 Availability theory
5.5 R&M trade off techniques
References
6.0 Reliability specification, allocation and
       prediction
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Reliability specification
6.3 Reliability apportionment/allocation
6.4 Reliability prediction
6.5 Step-by-step procedure for performing reliability
       prediction and allocation
References
Appendix A: Dynamic programming approach to reliability
             allocation
7.0 Reliability engineering design guidelines
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Part selection and control
7.3 Derating
7.4 Reliable circuit design
7.5 Redundancy
7.6 Environmental design
7.7 Human factors
7.8 Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
7.9 Fault tree analysis
7.10 Sneak circuit analysis (SCA)
7.11 Design reviews
Appendix A: Redundancy considerations in design
Appendix B: Environmental considerations in design
Appendix C: Reliability design checklist
8.0 Reliability data collection and analysis,
       demonstration and growth
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Failure reporting, analysis, and corrective
       action system (FRACAS)
8.3 Reliability data analysis
8.4 Reliability demonstration
8.5 Reliability growth
8.6 Summary of the differences between reliability
       growth testing and reliability demonstration
       testing
References
9.0 Software reliability
9.1 Introduction
9.2 The software problem
9.3 Software errors and their sources
9.4 Error classification
9.5 Software reliability models
9.6 Examples of calculations using software
       reliability models
9.7 Approaches for enhancing software reliability
References
10.0 Systems reliability engineering
10.1 Introduction
10.2 System effectiveness concepts
10.3 System R&M parameters
10.4 System R&M modeling techniques
10.5 Complex models
10.6 Tradeoff techniques
10.7 Allocation of availability, and failure and
       repair rates
10.8 System reliability specification, prediction and
       demonstration
10.9 System design considerations
10.10 Cost considerations
References
11.0 Production and use (deployment) R&M
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Production reliability control
11.3 Production maintainability control
11.4 Reliability and quality during shipment and
       storage
11.5 Operational R&M assessment and improvement
References
12.0 R&M management considerations
12.1 Introduction
12.2 R&M planning and budgeting
12.3 Reliability considerations
12.4 Maintainability considerations
12.5 Computer software R&M considerations
12.6 R&M data items
12.7 R&M program requirements based upon the type of
       procurement
12.8 R&M program evaluation and surveillance
References
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The first of 2 volumes giving procurement activities and development contractors the concepts, principles and methodologies covering all aspects of electronic systems reliability engineering and cost analysis relating to the design, acquisition and deployment of DoD equipment and systems. Coverage includes referenced documents, definitions, availability theory, maintainability theory, and reliability apportionment/allocation.

DocumentType
Standard
PublisherName
US Military Specs/Standards/Handbooks
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy

EN 50129 : 2003 COR 2010 RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - COMMUNICATION, SIGNALLING AND PROCESSING SYSTEMS - SAFETY RELATED ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS FOR SIGNALLING
MIL-PRF-49177 Revision B:1997 SCAN-INTERLACE, PL-1408/UA
BS EN 50129:2003 Railway applications. Communication, signalling and processing systems. Safety related electronic systems for signalling
IEC 62425:2007 Railway applications - Communication, signalling and processing systems - Safety related electronic systems for signalling
MIL E 917 : E ELECTRIC POWER EQUIPMENT, BASIC REQUIREMENTS (NAVAL SHIPBOARD USE)
MIL-PRF-49168 Revision C:1997 SCAN-INTERLACE, PL-1403/UA, PL-1403A/UA
SAE ARP 5580 : 2012 RECOMMENDED FAILURE MODES AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS (FMEA) PRACTICES FOR NON-AUTOMOBILE APPLICATIONS
I.S. EN 50129:2003 RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - COMMUNICATION, SIGNALLING AND PROCESSING SYSTEMS - SAFETY RELATED ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS FOR SIGNALLING

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