Accelerated life testing, Advanced Statistics

Accelerated life Testing

A set of methods or techniques which are intended to ensure product reliability during the time of design and manufacture in which stress is applied to promote the failure. The applied stresses might be vibration, temperature, shock etc. In order to make a valid inference about the normal lifetimeof the system from the accelerated data (accelerated in the sense that a shortened time to the failure is implied), it is essential to know the association between time to failure and applied stress. Frequently parametric statistical models of the time to failure and of the manner in which the stress accelerates aging are used.





 

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