Aim. To develop an approach for adequately formalizing and calculating reliability using a dynamic fault tree for a two-component system as an example, taking into account the short-term mode of operation of one of the system component. Method. A k-terminal dynamic fault tree is used to formalize reliability. In this tree, the structure and behavior of the system are separated. On the basis of the tree the diagram of states and transitions of the system is developed.
In the paper mathematical reliability model for electrical system with complex whole standby redundancy is proposed. Such model adequately takes into account load-sharing impact on minimal cut set probability indexes. For modeling dynamic fault tree and Markov analysis is used
In the paper mathematical reliability model for electrical system with whole standby is proposed. Such model takes into account adequately load-sharing impact on minimal cut set indexes. For reliability modeling dynamic fault tree and Markov analysis is used
This paper is devoted to the solving task of property prediction on the basis of analogical inference. The reliability model of safety valves for pressure vessel is proposed. The feature of model is that it is considered load-sharing effect between safety valves. To determine the reliability characteristics dynamic fault tree and Markov model are used.
The reliability model for system with load-sharing redundancy of component between uniform modulus is proposed. The model adequately takes into account load-sharing impact of reserved components on failure cause probability characteristics of such system. For reliability determination a dynamic fault tree and a Markov model is used.