Tag Archives: acceleration

Arrhenius or Erroneous

the following is a discussion on the sister Linkedin NoMTBF Group recently. It was and may continue to be a great discussion. Please take a look and comment on where you stand? Do you some form of the Arrhenius reaction rate equation in your reliability engineering work?Join the discussion here with a comment, or on the Linkedin group conversion.


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Acceleration factors

gear used for a rock climbing anchor
Gear for anchor during rock climbing

Temperature acceleration factor for ALT planning (question posted to Linkedin Society of Reliability engineers group, 5/7/12

Hello, can anyone advise me how to calculate temperature acceleration factor for a complex system including cards, RF elements, cables, motors and moving parts? Is the Arrhenius model valid for such systems, or there are more precise models? Thank you! Continue reading Acceleration factors