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Courses in "ENRE-Reliability Engineering"
ENRE - Reliability Engineering
ENRE 445 Applied Reliability Engineering I (3) Prerequisite: PHYS271, PHYS270, and MATH246; or permission of instructor. Credit only granted for: ENRE445 or ENRE489C. Formerly: ENRE489C. Topics covered include: fundamental understanding of how things fail, probabilistic models to represent failure phenomena, life-models for non-repairable items, reliability data collection and analysis and applicable quality techniques. Distribution functions such as the normal, Weibull, exponential, binomial, and gamma are explored.
ENRE 446 Applied Reliability Engineering II (3) Prerequisite: PHYS270, MATH246, and PHYS271; or permission of instructor. Credit only granted for: ENRE446 or ENRE489D. Formerly: ENRE489D. Topics covered include: System modeling and analysis, designing for reliability, reliability testing, reliability in manufacturing, and reliability management. Fault tree analysis, RBD, and cut sets are covered along with sneak circuits, time-on-test plots and acceptance testing.
ENRE 447 Fundamentals of Reliability Engineering (3) Credit only granted for: ENRE445 or ENRE447. Formerly: ENRE445. Topics covered include: fundamental understanding of how things fail, probabilistic models to represent failure phenomena, life-models for non-repairable items, reliability data collection and analysis, software reliability models, and human reliability models.
ENRE 489 Special Topics in Reliability Engineering (3) Prerequisite: Permission of ENGR-Materials Science & Engineering department. Repeatable to 6 credits if content differs. Selected topics of current importance in reliability engineering.