Substantiation of Reliability Requirements for Mobility Means of Surface‐to‐Air Missile Systems
Keywords:effectiveness of the hierarchic system, mobility means,, reliability requirements, surfaceto- air missile system
Common principles of substantiation of reliability requirements for vehicles (mobility means) of surface‐to‐air missile (SAM) systems are discussed. The principles mentioned include the impact of a hierarchically‐branched structure of SAM system and reliability of their vehicles on system effectiveness under the real conditions. As the complex measure of SAM system effectiveness the coefficient of effectiveness sustainment of SAM system combat (technical) mobility means is used, which is the ratio of system output effect characteristic taking into account reliability measures of mobility means to its value in case, when mobility means do not have failures. The coefficient used here is considered to be the function of mean distance between failures (MDBF) of mobility means and their number.
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