Reliability Model of Combined Transportation System
Combined transportation system reliability model is presented. The model contains 5 operation and maintenance states. The model is built using phased-mission model that describes the changes of transportation means. Reliability of CT as analysed using Markov theory. Some examples of the model sensitivity on the rate of rail phase are shown.
KeywordsPreventive Maintenance Rail Vehicle Intermodal Transport Availability Function Markov Theory
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