RELIABILITY BLOCK DIAGRAMS
Does Redundancy Impact Your System?
Does your system contain redundant components connected in stand-by or parallel? How does this affect your availability figures?
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Flexible Intuitive Interface
Create multiple Reliability Block Diagrams in super fast time with Relyences easy-to-use RBD. Quickly assign calculation properties, or link to your Relyence Reliability Prediction data, assign images. Arrange the blocks as required and connect in series, standby (hot & cold) and parallel configurations. For greater control and flexibility create nested sub-diagrams.
Live Prediction Link
Eliminate costly errors and save time. Relyence RBD and Relyence Prediction data are kept in sync via a live link. Update parts parameters in your prediction and those changes are automatically reflected in your RBD. Add additional parts and change calculation properties with complete confidence that your changes are also applied to the corresponding Reliability Block Diagram.
Powerful Intuitive Calculations
Relyence RBD comes complete with intelligent calculations, armed with a powerful analytical calculator and a Monte Carlo simulator for those more complex configurations. Depending on the complexity of your diagram Relyence RBD chooses the best method for you, opting for analytical, monte carlo or a combination of the two, simulating some parts whilst calculating others analytically.
How Reliable Will Your Product Be?
Evaluate the benefits gained by incorporating redundancy into your systems, easily and efficiently using Relyences intuitive, yet extremely powerful Reliability Block Diagram (RBD) software.
Investigate various scenarios through what-if analysis to gain a better understanding of how your product performs, reliability, availability, expected number of failures, downtime and much more.
Series Standby Parallel
Designing redundancy into your system is sometimes essential to hit your reliability and availability goals, in simple terms, when one component fails another steps in to take over, this backup component can be standing by waiting to switch on, be waiting but already switched on, or be operating in parallel to the original component.
Analyse the effects of adding redundancy to your systems early in the design stage.
Insight Or Foresight?
Compare results across different configuration options.
Simple Graphical Interface
Calculate complex redundant configurations simply and easily by inserting blocks.
A SIMPLE APPROACH
Inserting & Connecting Systems
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