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E. N. Okladnikova, E. V. Sugak
ESTIMATION OF RESIDUAL RESOURCE OF SAFE EXPLOITATION TAKING INTO ACCOUNT CASUAL FACTORS
The authors offer a method for calculation of intension of refuses and residual resource of safe exploitation of technical object with the account of casual factors. Results of calculations allow to define probability of object refuse and to minimize risk of accident occurrence at the decision ofproblems of optimization of systems of technical service, and to provide optimum control of safety at exploitation ofpotentially dangerous objects.
Keywords: exploitation, resource, safety, risk, refuse intensity, technical service.
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L. A. Semenova, . A. Lysenko, . E. Lysenko
APPROACH TO SELECT OF UNIVERSAL VIBRATORY SYSTEM
The authors propose an approach of selection of an universal vibratory system for test operation of dual-launch communication satellites. The system parameters are detected and recommendations for the system adaptation are formulated.
Keywords: approach, vibratory system, testing, space apparatus.
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