Reliability engineering covers a wide range of engineering and technological disciplines. A consistent supply of electric power, dependable transportation, maintaining national security, and other goals are all made possible thanks to reliability engineering.

Basic descriptive statistics, reliability ideas, and the characteristics of lifespan distributions like the exponential, Weibull, and lognormal are all covered in this book in an accessible manner. The information includes displaying reliability data, acceleration models, data analysis from life tests, system models, and much more. A chapter on Bayesian reliability analysis and revised, enlarged coverage of repairable system models are also included.