Weibull++ 8 Quick Start Guide Chapter 7.0: Stress-Strength Comparison

Generally, the reliability of a product is calculated based on its ability to perform without failure for a specified period of time. In some cases, however, you may need to obtain the reliability of a product based on its ability to withstand an applied stress without failure, rather than the length of time it continues to operate. An example is a wooden beam that may buckle under a load that is over a certain weight limit. In this chapter, you will estimate the reliability of a product based on the strength of the material and the stress it will experience. Learn more about Weibull++:https://www.reliasoft.com/products/reliability-analysis/weibull-yt

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