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MIL-HDBK-338 15 OCTOBER 1984 LIST OF TABLES TABLE Page 6.4.6-1 GENERIC FAILURE RATE,y}r, (f/106 hr.) FOR 6-40 RESISTORS b 6.4.6-2 77Q FACTOR FOR RESISTORS AND CAPACITORS 6-41 6.4.10-1 SUMMARY OF PROGRAMS IN THE RELIABILITY AREA 6-52 7.2-1 GROUND RULES FOR PARTS SELECTION AND CONTROL 7-3 7.4.5-1 COMPARISON OF VARIABILITY ANALYSIS METHODS 7-30 7.4.5-2 TYPICAL CIRCUIT ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES 7-34 7.5.3-1 REDUNDANCY TECHNIQUES 7-49 7.6.3-1 LOW TEMPERATURE PROTECTION METHODS 7-77 7.6.9-1 ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSES, EFFECTS AND RELIA- 7-87 BILITY IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES IN ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 7.7.4-1 LIST OF PREDICTIVE METHODS 7-92 7.7.7-1 CHARACTERISTICS OF HUMANS AND MACHINES 7-96 7.8.2-1 FAILURE MODE DISTRIBUTION OF PARTS 7-108 7.8.2-2 COLUMN DESCRIPTIONS OF FIGURE 7.8.2-3 7-112 7.11.2-1 DESIGN REVIEW GROUP, RESPONSIBILITIES AND 7-150 MEMBERSHIP SCHEDULE 7.11.4-1 RELIABILITY ACTIONS CHECKLIST 7-157 A-l VALUES OF R FOR qo = 0.10 7-A-185 A-2 STATES OF OPERATION OF A THREE PARALLEL 7-A-198 ELEMENT CIRCUIT B-l ENVIRONMENTAL COVERAGE CHECKLIST (TYPICAL) 7-B-215 B-2 VARIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL PARTS 7-B-217 B-3 ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 7-B-221 B-4 SYSTEM USE CONDITIONS (TYPICAL) 7-B-227 B-5 ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS 7-B-229 xvi

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