The problem solution of the Surface-to-air missile systems electronic equipment durability prediction when implementing the strategy of condition-based maintenance and repair using the Group Method of Data Handling
The possibilities of application of known methods for estimating the life to the task of forecasting the ultimate state of radio-electronic means of the surface-to-air missile system during the operation status of the requested technical. A procedure for constructing a mathematical model of change of reliability in service with the Group Method of Data Handling, which is more fully into account the specific characteristics of radio-electronic means of the surface-to-air missile system and considers the possibility of use as basic data for the creation of models not uniformly precise results of estimation of an indicator of non-equal exact measuring to operational supervision.
Gaskarov D. V., Golinkevich T. A., Mozgalevsky A. V. Prediction of technical condition and reliability of radioelectronic equipment. Moscow: Sov. Radio, 1974. 224 с. [in Russian]
GOST 27.302-86. Reliability in machinery. Methods of Determining Tolerable Deviation of Technical Condition Parameter and Prediction of Residual Service Life of Machine Parts. Moscow: Publishing house of standards, 1987. 20 p. [in Russian]
Reliability and efficiency in machinery: Handbook. In 10 vol. / [Editorial council: V.S. Avduevskiy (pioneer) and others] Moscow: Mashinostroenie, 1989. Vol. 6: Experimental studies and tests (in Russian). 376 p. [in Russian]
RD 50-490-84. Methodical instructions. Technical diagnostics. Prediction of residual resource of machines and parts by indirect parameters. Moscow: Publishing house of standards, 1985. 19 p. [in Russian]
Sadykhov G. S. (1985). Residual life indicators and its properties. Izvestiya AS USSR. Technical Cybernetics. №4. С. 138–143. [in Russian]
Zubarev V. V., Kovtunenko A. P., Raskin L. G. (2005). Mathematical Methods of Estimation and Prediction of Technical Indicators of Operational Properties of Radio-Electronic Systems. Кyiv: Knizhkove Vidrodnitstvo NAU, 184 p. [in Ukrainian]
Raskin L. G., Kirichenko I. O. (1977). Task of Estimation and Prediction of Technical Condition Indicators in View of Operating Conditions. Methods of solving problems of operation and repair of radioelectronic equipment. Kharkov: VIRTA PVO, p. 32 – 36. [in Ukrainian]
Aivazyan S. A., Enyukov I. S., Meshalkin L. D. Applied Statistics. Research of dependencies. Moscow: Finances and Statistics, 1985. 487 p. [in Russian]
Vuchkov, I., Boyadzhieva, L., Solakov, E. Applied linear regression analysis. Moscow: Finance and Statistics, 1987. 239 p. [in Russian]
Demidenko E. Z. Linear and non-linear regression. Moscow: Finance and Statistics, 1981. 302 p. [in Russian]
Draper N., Smith G. Applied Regression Analysis. Book 1., Moscow: Finance and Statistics, 1986. 366 p. [in Russian]
Seber, J. Linear regression analysis. Moscow: World, 1980. 456 p. [in Russian]
Adler Y. P., Markova E. V., Granovsky Y. V. Planning of experiment in search of optimal conditions. Moscow: Nauka, 1976. 280 p. [in Russian]
Aleksandrov V. V., Gorsky N. D. Algorithms and programs of structural method of data processing. Leningrad: Nauka, 1983. 208 p. [in Russian]
Lawley D., Maxwell A. Factor analysis as a statistical method. Moscow: Mir, 1967. 144 p. [in Russian]
Ivakhnenko A. G. Inductive method of self-organization of models of complex systems. Kyiv: Nauk. Dumka, 1982. 296 p. [in Ukrainian]
Ivakhnenko A. G., Stepashko V. S. Modeling noise resistance. Kyiv: Naukova Dumka, 1985. 216 p. [in Ukrainian]
Ivakhnenko A. G., Yurachkovsky Y. P. Modeling of the Complex Systems by the Experimental Data. Moscow: Radio and Communications, 1987. 120 p. [in Russian]
Abstract views: 134 PDF Downloads: 90
Copyright (c) 2021 Pavlo Open’ko , Vladyslav Kobzev , Volodymyr Larin, Pavlo Drannyk , Volodymyr Tkachev , Oleh Uhrynovych
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
The authors agree with the following conditions:
1. Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication (Download agreement) with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgment of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.
2. Authors have the right to complete individual additional agreements for the non-exclusive spreading of the journal’s published version of the work (for example, to post work in the electronic repository of the institution or to publish it as part of a monograph), with the reference to the first publication of the work in this journal.
3. Journal’s politics allows and encourages the placement on the Internet (for example, in the repositories of institutions, personal websites, SSRN, ResearchGate, MPRA, SSOAR, etc.) manuscript of the work by the authors, before and during the process of viewing it by this journal, because it can lead to a productive research discussion and positively affect the efficiency and dynamics of citing the published work (see The Effect of Open Access).