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System Reliability Analysis


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Abstract: This presentation describes the technique for calculating reliability and availability values for electrical systems of arbitrarily complexity. The presentation next discusses a method for converting these percentages into costs and values (money). From these monetary values, rates-of-return are calculated. Finally, some solutions are discussed that improve the reliability of electrical equipment.



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