Formation of „koon” systems reliability estimated with analytical and simulation calculation methods

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The methods of reliability estimation applied in order to verify the reliability level of koon systems consisting of renewable objects are presented in the paper. Application of the selected methods allows one to quickly verify the reliability level and to set the number of redundant elements in the real technical systems.

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