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Having introduced some of the basic theory and terminology for repairable systems in Chapter 7, we will now examine the steps involved in the analysis of such complex systems.  We will begin by examining system behavior through a sequence of discrete deterministic events and expand the analysis using discrete event simulation.
 
Having introduced some of the basic theory and terminology for repairable systems in Chapter 7, we will now examine the steps involved in the analysis of such complex systems.  We will begin by examining system behavior through a sequence of discrete deterministic events and expand the analysis using discrete event simulation.
  

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Chapter 8: Repairable Systems Analysis Through Simulation


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Chapter 8  
Repairable Systems Analysis Through Simulation  

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Having introduced some of the basic theory and terminology for repairable systems in Chapter 7, we will now examine the steps involved in the analysis of such complex systems. We will begin by examining system behavior through a sequence of discrete deterministic events and expand the analysis using discrete event simulation.

Sections

  1. Simple Repairs
  2. General Simulation Results
  3. Results by Component
  4. Imperfect Repairs
  5. Using Resources: Pools and Crews
  6. Using Maintenance Policies
  7. Subdiagrams and Multi Blocks in Simulation
  8. Containers in Simulation
  9. Discussion