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One system reliability assessment method for CNC grynder

Autorzy Liu, Y.  Fan, J.  Li, Y. 
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Warianty tytułu
PL Metoda oceny niezawodności systemu szlifierki CNC
Języki publikacji EN
Abstrakty
PL Poziom niezawodności szlifierki CNC (sterowanej numerycznie) zazwyczaj ocenia się na podstawie danych o uszkodzeniach liczonych w laboratorium lub w terenie, co wymaga zmontowania szlifierki i jest metodą oceny post-factum. Aby umożliwić ocenę poziomu niezawodności szlifierki CNC na etapie projektowania, w niniejszym artykule zaproponowano metodę oceny niezawodności systemu oraz odpowiedni algorytm wykorzystujące dane dotyczące niezawodności podsystemów. Model ten wymaga klasyfikacji podsystemów, badań niezawodności, dopasowania funkcji rozkładu, oceny parametrów oraz oceny niezawodności. Wyniki obliczeń wykazały, że omawiana metoda sprawdza się i jest dokładna w porównaniu z metodą tradycyjną. Przedstawiona metoda stanowi wkład do procesu projektowania niezawodności szlifierki CNC i znajduje odniesienie do innych produktów mechatronicznych.
EN The reliability level of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) grinder is usually assessed by fault data counted in laboratory or in field, which needs the grinder to be assembled and it is one afterwards estimation method. To evaluate the reliability level of CNC grinder in design phrase, one system reliability assessment method and algorithm was put forward by subsystem’s reliability in this article, which needs subsystem classification, reliability test, distribution function fitting, parameters estimation and reliability assessment. The calculation result showed that the method was feasible and accurate compared with the traditional way. The method is one contribution to reliability design for CNC grinder and is one reference to other mechatronic products.
Słowa kluczowe
PL niezawodność systemu   metoda oceny   MTBF   szlifierka CNC  
EN system reliability   assessment method   MTBF   CNC grinder  
Wydawca Polskie Naukowo-Techniczne Towarzystwo Eksploatacyjne
Czasopismo Eksploatacja i Niezawodność
Rocznik 2014
Tom Vol. 16, no. 1
Strony 97--104
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 20 poz.
Twórcy
autor Liu, Y.
  • College of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Electronics Technology, Beijing university of Technology, Jidian buliding, Room 304, Pingleyuan 100, Chaoyang district, 100124, Beijing, China, chengquan33@126.com
autor Fan, J.
  • College of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Electronics Technology, Beijing university of Technology, Jidian buliding, Room 304, Pingleyuan 100, Chaoyang district, 100124, Beijing, China, jwfan@bjut.edu.cn
autor Li, Y.
  • College of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Electronics Technology, Beijing university of Technology, Jidian buliding, Room 304, Pingleyuan 100, Chaoyang district, 100124, Beijing, China, handanliyun@126.com
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