Residual Lifetime Prediction for Multi-State System Using Control Charts to Monitor Affecting Noise Factor on Deterioration Process

Document Type: Research Paper

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Department of Industrial Engineering, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran.

Abstract

In this research, multi-state complex systems are analyzed in order to measure reliability and predict residual of systems’ lifetime under the effect of an out of control noise factor. Hence, the analytic method helps us to estimate multi-state system reliability, and then means residual lifetime that is calculated under normal conditions. Finally, the calculation is updated for out of control noisy condition using the accelerated method. To reveal the applied results, the proposed policy is implemented in a case study in a molding machine on SNJ Co. at Isfahan.

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