Invariant theory: proceedings of the 1st 1982 session of the by F. Gherardelli

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Include facilities for inspection in the design. Introduce redundancy whenever necessary. Pay attention to the maintenance aspect with respect to reliability (Active Maintenance). Take into account the effects of transport, handling and storage. Make use of standard parts as much as possible. Pay attention to the manufacturing aspects with respect to reliability. g. in Chapters 5, 6, 7 and 8. Human reliability is often discussed and it is a fact that, apart from war, the highest toll of human life is caused by car accidents.

In this connection it is especially important to have in mind how a part or assembly will be situated within a complete equipment. The maximum weight which a human being can lift varies within wide limits, depending on the actual position of the body and its position in relation to the weight. For instance, most men can lift 50 kg or more if it is close to their body, Maintainability 49 but only about one-quarter of this weight can safely be handled if it is positioned over 60 cm away. Less weight can be handled if the body has to work in a space which is restricted because access is difficult, or because the equipment is installed in a small area.

They reduce the amount of physical work which can be performed, and cause a deterioration of mental ability. Besides impairing performance and producing fatigue, extreme conditions can even lead to physical collapse. Temperatures inside a vehicle or aircraft parked in the open may be considerably higher than those outside. In a hot and humid environment it is more than ever necessary to ensure that all maintenance operations which may have to be carded out are the simplest possible, and that there is a good system of part identification, that access is easy, and that parts can be quickly detached and replaced.

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