Textbook for electrical and industrial engineering students that applies the methodology of system engineering to major projects. The authors, who teach at the Sydney University of Technology, argue that integrated managerial, economic and design expertise on projects can lead to greater efficiency and cost effectiveness. Includes an index.
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activities adjacency matrix analysis phase applicable breakdown structure characteristics characterized complex component concept conditional probabilities configuration considered consists contractor cost-effectiveness cut-set decision defined Delphi method described design phase design process detail determined digraph distribution documentation effect electrical equipment error estimate example factors failure modes failure rate functional elements grade of service hardware identified important input integration interactions interface logistic engineering logistic support maintainability maintenance matrix measured Microwave Landing System MTBF nodes normally operating output particular partitioning performance parameters personnel possible probability problem procedures produced project definition project management redundancy reliability block diagram repair requirements result risk sampling Section shown in Figure standard structure subsystem system design system elements system failure system lifecycle system performance system reliability system specification systems engineering process task Test Plan top-down design variables verification