ISBN-10:
0470687916
ISBN-13:
9780470687918
Pub. Date:
05/17/2011
Publisher:
Wiley
Spacecraft Reliability and Multi-State Failures: A Statistical Approach / Edition 1

Spacecraft Reliability and Multi-State Failures: A Statistical Approach / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9780470687918
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 05/17/2011
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Joseph Homer Saleh, Georgia Institute of Technology
Joe Saleh joined Georgia Institute of Technology as Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering in 2007, having previous served as the Executive Director of the Ford-MIT Alliance. He is an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), and in 2008 won the Most Valuable Professor (MVP) award, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology. He has authored two books, Analyses for Durability and System Design Lifetime: A Multidisciplinary Approach (2008) and Reliability and Risk Analysis: A Friendly Introduction (forthcoming), as well as circa 40 journal papers and 50 conference papers.

Jean-Francois Castet is a student at Georgia Institute of Technology. He is working on developing a framework for characterizing and analysing survivability and resiliency of spacecraft and space-based networks. Some parts of his research also focus on updating satellite reliability models.

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Table of Contents

1 On time, reliability, and spacecraft.

1.1 On time and reliability.

1.2 On spacecraft and reliability: early studies.

1.3 Book organization.

2 Nonparametric reliability analysis of spacecraft failuredata.

2.1 Introduction.

2.2 Database and data description.

2.3 Nonparametric analysis of spacecraft failure data.

2.4 Confidence interval analysis.

2.5 Discussion and limitation.

2.A Appendix.

3 Parametric analysis and Weibull modeling of spacecraftreliability.

3.1 Weibull distribution: an overview.

3.2 Probability plots or graphical estimation.

3.3 Maximum likelihood estimation (MLE).

3.4 Comparative analysis of the spacecraft reliabilityparametric fits.

3.5 Finite mixture distributions.

3.6 Comparative analysis of the single versus the mixturedistribution Weibull fits.

4 Data specialization: statistical analysis of spacecraftreliability by orbit and mass categories.

4.1 Introduction.

4.2 Data description and mass categorization.

4.3 Nonparametric analysis of satellite reliability by masscategory.

4.4 Parametric analysis of satellite reliability by masscategory.

4.5 Orbit characterization.

4.6 Nonparametric analysis of spacecraft reliability by mass andorbit category.

4.7 Parametric analysis of satellite reliability by mass andorbit category.

4.8 Hypotheses for causal explanations.

4.A Appendix: Tabular data and confidence interval analysis.

5 Spacecraft subsystem reliability.

5.1 Spacecraft subsystem identification.

5.2 Nonparametric reliability analysis of spacecraftsubsystems.

5.3 Weibull modeling of spacecraft subsystem reliability.

5.4 Comparative analysis of subsystem failures.

6 Time to anomaly and failure of spacecraft subsystems:exploratory data analysis.

6.1 Introduction.

6.2 Anomaly and failure events.

6.3 Distribution of anomalies and failure events bysubsystem.

6.4 Time to anomaly and failure of spacecraft subsystems.

7 Multi-state failure analysis of spacecraftsubsystems.

7.1 Introduction.

7.2 Setting the stage: multi-state failure analysis and thestate transition diagram.

7.3 Nonparametric analyses of spacecraft subsystems' multi-statefailures.

7.4 Parametric analyses of spacecraft subsystems' multi-statefailures.

7.5 Comparative reliability and multi-state failure analysis ofspacecraft subsystems.

7.A Appendix.

8 Toward survivability analysis of spacecraft and space-basednetworks.

8.1 Introduction.

8.2 Overview of survivability and resiliency.

8.3 Survivability framework.

8.4 Introduction to SPNs.

8.5 SPNs for spacecraft modeling and survivability analysis.

8.A Appendix: SPN model of the SBN in Figure 8.6 and itsschematic explanation.

Epilogue.

Appendix A Geosynchronous communication. satellites: systemreliability and subsystem anomalies and failures.

A.1 Part I: System reliability analysis.

A.2 Part II: Subsystem anomalies and failures.

Appendix B Electrical power subsystem: comparative analysisof failure events in LEO and GEO.

B.1 Introduction.

B.2 Database, sample analyzed, and classes of failureevents.

B.3 Brief literature review.

B.4 Reliability and multi-state failure analyses of the EPS.

B.5 Comparative analysis of the EPS failure in LEO and GEO.

B.6 Conclusion.

References.

Index.

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