TY - GEN

T1 - Analysis of damage induced by two types of shocks

AU - Mohri, Hiroaki

AU - Takeshita, Jun Ichi

PY - 2018

Y1 - 2018

N2 - In the literature of reliability theory, many studies have concentrated on single types of shock (e.g., aging). Previous studies have investigated the following cases. (1) When a shock of a given magnitude is applied to a unit, it immediately fails. (2) When the shocks are additive and the total shock magnitude is greater than K, a unit fails. (3) When the shocks are not additive, and the magnitude of a given shock is greater than K, the unit fails. In this paper, we suppose case (2). In addition, suppose two types of shocks are applied to a single unit (i.e., not a single shock type). Each type of shock occurs by a different stochastic process, and the respective magnitude of each type of shock shows a different probabilistic distribution. We perform damage analysis for a single unit when both types of event occur by general stochastic processes and both shock magnitudes follow general probabilistic distributions. Thus, we perform a detailed analysis while the events occur by Poisson processes and both shock magnitudes show different exponential distributions.

AB - In the literature of reliability theory, many studies have concentrated on single types of shock (e.g., aging). Previous studies have investigated the following cases. (1) When a shock of a given magnitude is applied to a unit, it immediately fails. (2) When the shocks are additive and the total shock magnitude is greater than K, a unit fails. (3) When the shocks are not additive, and the magnitude of a given shock is greater than K, the unit fails. In this paper, we suppose case (2). In addition, suppose two types of shocks are applied to a single unit (i.e., not a single shock type). Each type of shock occurs by a different stochastic process, and the respective magnitude of each type of shock shows a different probabilistic distribution. We perform damage analysis for a single unit when both types of event occur by general stochastic processes and both shock magnitudes follow general probabilistic distributions. Thus, we perform a detailed analysis while the events occur by Poisson processes and both shock magnitudes show different exponential distributions.

KW - Additive shocks

KW - Damage analysis

KW - Multiple stochastic processes

KW - Multiple types of shocks

KW - Reliability theory

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M3 - Conference contribution

AN - SCOPUS:85060627535

T3 - Proceedings - 24th ISSAT International Conference on Reliability and Quality in Design

SP - 147

EP - 150

BT - Proceedings - 24th ISSAT International Conference on Reliability and Quality in Design

A2 - Pham, Hoang

PB - International Society of Science and Applied Technologies

T2 - 24th ISSAT International Conference on Reliability and Quality in Design

Y2 - 2 August 2018 through 4 August 2018

ER -