Robert B Abernethy The New Weibull Handbook

ISBN 13: 9780965306201

The New Weibull Handbook

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9780965306201: The New Weibull Handbook

The world's leading text on analysis of life data including methods using Weibull, Normal, Exponential, log normal, Kaplan-Meier, Crow-AMSAA distributions and models for reliability, warranty, failure forecasting, risk analysis, reliability testing, confidence intervals, likelihood ratio and contour analysis and many other methods.; Supported with friendly software. Adopted as standard by NAVAIR, FAA, Medtronics, Teleflex, Allied Signal, General Electric, SAAB, VOLVO, PACAR, and many others.

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About the Author:

Dr. Robert Abernethy is an engineer and a statistician. He has four degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the Imperial College of the London. He was a Navy Scholar and a Fulbright scholar. After serving in the US Navy, he was with Pratt & Whitney Aircraft for 32 years. He invented the J58 engine that powers the world's fastest aircraft, the Lockheed Blackbird, the SR-71. He also has the patent on the afterburner used on the F-100 engine in the F-15 and F-16 aircraft. For his original research in Weibull analysis methods he has received numerous awards from SAE, AIAA, ASME, and ISA. He is a fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, SAE, American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, and the American Society of Quality. He has lectured on Weibull analysis all over the world and his Weibull Handbooks have been translated into Hungarian and Chinese.

Review:

"...The handbook, together with the software, will be an invaluable aid to reliability engineers." -- The Royal Statistical Society Journal

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