Reliability Engineering: A Life Cycle Approach (2nd Edition)
Dr Edgar Bradley
CRC Press; 2nd edition (December 21, 2022)
Textbook - 438 Pages | 115 Illustrations
Updated throughout for the second edition, Reliability Engineering: A Life Cycle Approach draws on the author’s global industry experience to demonstrate the invaluable role reliability engineers play in the entire life cycle of a plant.
Applicable to both high-cost, cutting-edge plants and to plants operating under serious budget constraints, this textbook uses a practical approach to cover the theory of reliability engineering, alongside the design, operation, and maintenance required in a plant. This textbook has been updated to cover the modern standards of maintenance practice, most notably the ISO 55 000 standards. It also covers linear programming, failure analysis, financial management, and analysis. This textbook refers to case studies throughout.
This textbook will be of interest to students and engineers in the field of reliability, mechanical, manufacturing, and industrial engineering. It will also be relevant to automotive and aerospace engineers.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1 Reliability Fundamentals I: Component Reliability Chapter. 2 Reliability Fundamentals II: System Reliability. Chapter 3 Maintenance Optimisation. Chapter 4 Condition Monitoring. Chapter 5 Incident Investigation or Root Cause Analysis. Chapter 6 Other Techniques Essential for Modern Reliability Management I. Chapter 7 Other Techniques Essential for Modern Reliability Management II. Chapter 8 Reliability Management. Chapter 9 Design Issues in Reliability Engineering and Maintenance. Chapter 10 Maintenance Planning and Scheduling. Chapter 11 ISO 55000. Appendix 1: The Standard Normal Distribution. Appendix 2: A Perspective on Robert Lusser; Reid Collins