EVALUATION OF RELIABILITY PREDICTION TECHNIQUES FOR ENTIRE FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS.
Final rept. 15 Jan 67-15 Jan 68,
BOOZ-ALLEN APPLIED RESEARCH BETHESDA MD
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The objective of this program was the evaluation of previously developed reliability prediction techniques for use where available data are inadequate for conventional predictions. The evaluation was conducted by the application of these techniques to a current, developmental, adaptive flight-control system that of the F-111A aircraft. The report presents quantitative and qualitative descriptions of this system for two definitions of reliability -- squawk or failure and mission abort. It also presents conclusions as to the practicability and usefulness of the techniques. Author
- Attack and Fighter Aircraft
- Flight Control and Instrumentation
- Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering and Control of Production Systems