Function-based failure mode identification and detection in conceptual design: extending the function-failure design methodology to electrical systems
"A strong need has emerged in the aerospace industry for a well-founded and effective failure prevention technique or process that can be employed during the conceptual design of high-risk aerospace systems. A methodology is described to support risk assessment and failure prevention during the earliest stages of spacecraft design and mission planning. The three-step procedure utilizes detailed information from existing subsystems and systematically abstracts this information to a level that can be used during conceptual design. The complete method is described in general before being applied to two major unmanned spacecraft subsystems."--Abstract, page v.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
xiii, 90 pages
© 2004 Scotty Joe Uder, All rights reserved.
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System failures (Engineering)
Electric fault location
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Uder, Scott J., "Function-based failure mode identification and detection in conceptual design: extending the function-failure design methodology to electrical systems" (2004). Masters Theses. 2521.
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