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MIL-HDBK-338 15 OCTOBER 1984 TABLE OF CONTENTS PARAGRAPH PAGE 12.0 R&M MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS 12-1 12.1 INTRODUCTION 12-1 12.2 R&M PLANNING AND BUDGETING 12-4 12.2.1 CONCEPTUAL PHASE PLANNING 12-4 12.2.2 VALIDATION PHASE PLANNING 12-5 12.2.3 FULL SCALE ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT PHASE PLANNING 12-6 12.2.4 PRODUCTION PHASE PLANNING 12-7 12.2.5 DEPLOYMENT PHASE PLANNING 12-7 12.2.6 COST FACTORS AND GUIDELINES 12-7 12.2.6.1 DESIGN-TO-COST PROCEDURES 12-11 12.2.6.2 LIFE CYCLE COST (LCC) CONCEPTS 12-12 12.2.6.3 PRODUCT PERFORMANCE AGREEMENTS 12-14 12.2.7 TRADEOFFS 12-22 12.2.7.1 CONCEPTUAL PHASE TRADEOFF STUDIES 12-22 12.2.7.2 VALIDATION PHASE TRADEOFF STUDIES 12-25 12.2.7.3 TRADEOFFS DURING FULL SCALE ENGINEER- 12-26 ING DEVELOPMENT (FSED), PRODUCTION AND DEPLOYMENT PHASE 12.3 RELIABILITY CONSIDERATIONS 12-28 12.3.1 RELIABILITY SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 12-28 12.3.2 RELIABILITY PROGRAM TASKS 12-31 12.3.2.1 RELIABILITY PROGRAM PLAN 12-32 12.3.2.2 MONITOR/CONTROL OF SUBCONTRACTORS AND 12-34 SUPPLIERS 12.3.2.3 PROGRAM REVIEWS 12-34 12.3.2.4 FAILURE REPORTING, ANALYSES, AND COR- 12-34 RECTIVE ACTION SYSTEMS (FRACAS) 12.3.2.5 FAILURE REVIEW BOARD (FRB) 12-34 12.3.2.6 RELIABILITY MODELING 12-35 12.3.2.7 RELIABILITY PREDICTION 12-35 12.3.2.8 FAILURE MODES, EFFECTS, AND CRITICALITY 12-35 ANALYSES (FMECA) 12.3.2.9 SNEAK CIRCUIT ANALYSES (SCA) 12-36 12.3.2.10 ELECTRONIC PARTS/CIRCUIT TOLERANCE 12-36 ANALYSIS 12.3.2.11 PARTS SELECTION/APPLICATION CRITERIA 12-36 12.3.2.12 RELIABILITY CRITICAL ITEMS 12-37 12.3.2.13 ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS SCREENING (ESS) 12-37 12.3.2.14 RELIABILITY DEVELOPMENT/GROWTH TESTING 12-37 (RDGT) 12.3.2.15 RELIABILITY QUALIFICATION TEST (RQT) 12-39 12.3.2.16 PRODUCTION RELIABILITY ACCEPTANCE TEST 12-39 (PRAT) 12.3.3 RELATIVE EMPHASIS ON RELIABILITY PROGRAM ELEMENTS 12-39 12.3.4 QUANTITATIVE EXAMPLE OF THE USE OF WEIGHTING CRI- 12-39 TERIA TO DETERMINE RELATIVE PROGRAM EMPHASIS 12.4 MAINTAINABILITY CONSIDERATIONS 12-41 12.4.1 MAINTAINABILITY SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 12-45 xi i i

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