BS EN 61710:2013 - Power law model. Goodness-of-fit tests and estimation methods

BS EN 61710:2013

Power law model. Goodness-of-fit tests and estimation methods

Status : Current   Published : September 2013



IEC 61710:2013 specifies procedures to estimate the parameters of the power law model, to provide confidence intervals for the failure intensity, to provide prediction intervals for the times to future failures, and to test the goodness-of-fit of the power law model to data from repairable items. It is assumed that the time to failure data have been collected from an item, or some identical items operating under the same conditions (e.g. environment and load). This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition, published in 2000, and constitutes a technical revision. The main changes with respect to the previous edition are listed below: the inclusion of an additional Annex C on Bayesian estimation for the power law model. Keywords: power law model, Bayesian estimation, reliability of repairable items

Standard NumberBS EN 61710:2013
TitlePower law model. Goodness-of-fit tests and estimation methods
Publication Date30 September 2013
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60050-191:1990
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 61164:2004, IEC 61703
ReplacesBS IEC 61710:2000
International RelationshipsEN 61710:2013,IEC 61710:2013
Draft Superseded By11/30249079 DC
DescriptorsStatistical testing, Electronic equipment and components, Estimation, Confidence limits, Algorithms, Statistical methods of analysis, Fitness for purpose, Electrical equipment, Forecasting, Reliability, Failure (quality control), Computer programs, Mathematical models
Title in FrenchModèle de loi en puissance. Essais d'adéquation et méthodes d'estimation des paramètres
Title in GermanPotenzgesetz-Modell. Anpassungstests und Schätzverfahren
ISBN978 0 580 75899 7
File Size970 KB

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