Question

**The reliability of a system is
the product of the individual components when they are arranged
in **

- Networks
- Series
- Sequence
- Descending Order

Answer #1

**Answer :**
The given options are evaluated as
follows :

- Networks - Reliability cannot be found as a product of individual component reliabilities in this arrangement and hence, this option is rejected .
**Series - In a series arrangement , the system reliability is a product of individual component reliability and hence, this option is the correct answer .**- Sequence -Reliability cannot be found as a product of individual component reliabilities in this arrangement and hence, this option is rejected .
- Descending order -Reliability cannot be found as a product of individual component reliabilities in this arrangement and hence, this option is rejected .

**Conclusion : Option “B“
represents the correct answer .**

A medical control system has three
components in series with individual reliabilities: (R1, R2, and
R3) as shown, and these components are working independently. In
order for this medical control system to function properly in a
given situation, each of the components must function. What is the
reliability of this proposed system? (20 points)
R1
R2
R3
0.80
↓
0.925
0.85
↓
↓
→
0.95
→
0.90
→
0.99

Compute the reliability of a system with 4 components in series
configuration, with failure rate of 0.000471 after 860 hours of
operation
I need correct answer please!

A bank loan processing system has three components with
individual reliabilities as shown:
R1 = 0.84
R2 = 0.950
R3 = 0.98
Round answers 3 decimal places
What is the reliability of the bank loan processing
system? .782
What would be the reliability of the bank system above if each
of the three components had a backup with a reliability of
0.80?
How would the total reliability be different?

A system consists of n identical components in parallel with
each component having a reliability of p. The failure events of the
components can be assumed to be independent. Compute the
reliability of the system as functions of p and n. Plot system
reliability as functions of p and n for the ranges of p = [0.9,
0.99, 0.999] and n = [3, 5, 10, 100, 1000].

The following system has three components. Component 1 has 96.7%
reliability, component 2 has 78% reliability with a 70% reliable
backup, and finally component 3 has 99.99% reliability. If the
system costs $850 to fix every time it breaks down, what is the
expected fixing cost if the system runs for 1000 times?

True or false?
1) The reliability of a series subsystem is expressed as the
product of the reliabilities of the individual contributors to the
series.?
2) One of the advantages of the "Playback Period" decision
making method is that it takes into account the time value of
money.?

A remote control has 30 components in series. Each has a
reliability of 0.995. What is the reliability of the remote?
Suppose that each component is replaced by a set of two
components in parallel. What is the reliability of the new
design??

Compute the reliability of a system with 4 components in
standby parallel configuration, with failure rate
of 0.000346 after 7600 hours of operation
ANSWER: 0.729547242
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Compute the reliability of a system with 4 components in standby
parallel configuration, with failure rate of 0.000346 after 7600
hours of operation.
Correct Answer: 0.729547242
Please solve without using excel.

Compute the reliability of a system with 7 components, neading
with at least 2 in full operation with the MTTF of each component
being 2100 hours, after 2510 hours of operation Correct Answer:
0.676128323
Please solve without using excel.
Please show all work.

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