Reliability Testing with Constraints
In some cases we have to conduct testing and are asked to not break the product. Now, that isn’t all that fun as a reliability engineer. We want to find what fails and understand it. Or, we want to confirm what we expect will fail, actually does as expected.
So, what do we do when confronted with a very small sample size (that is one issue) and are expected to conduct failure free testing (second issue)? Let’s explore each issue separately and come up with a few suggestions on how to proceed.
Thanks to Олег (@OlegV_Ivanov) via Twitter for the article suggestion. Thanks for the idea Олеr. Continue reading Thoughts on Testing One Sample and No Failures