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《Electronic Product Reliability and Environmental Testing》 2006-02
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Spares Supportability Integration and Allocation Model

DING Ding-hao(China Electronics Technology Group Corporation,Beijing 100041,China)  
The spares supportability integration and allocation model was first presented to provide premise for the prediction and design of system spares supportability and establish the foundation for engineering design for readiness.
【CateGory Index】: E92
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【References】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 3 Hits
1 DING Ding-hao (China Electronics Technology Group Corporation,Beijing 100041,China);The Equipment Readiness Model Needs Update[J];Electronic Product Reliability and Environmental Testing;2008-04
2 ZHOU Xiao-long, LIU Jun-rong, ZHAO Xiao-lin, DING Ding-hao(China Academy of Electronics and Information Technology, Beijing 100041, China);The Study of Spares Sufficiency Model of Electric System[J];Journal of China Academy of Electronics and Information Technology;2008-03
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【Co-references】
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2 E Wei-bo,LI Xu-chang,YANG Wei-qun(The Missile Institute of the Air Force Engineering University,Shaanxi Sanyuan 713800,China);Based on Reliability Demand Model Analysis for Spare Parts of the Weapon System[J];Journal of Projectiles,Rockets,Missiles and Guidance;2007-01
3 LI Jing guo 1,DING Hong bing 2 (1 Radar Institute,Beijing 100085,China);Calculation Models of Spare Part Capacity[J];ELECTRONIC PRODUCT RELIABILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING;2000-03
4 ZHANG Jian-jun1,LI Shu-fang2,ZHANG Tao1,GUO Bo1,GAO Da-hua1(1.Institute of System Engineering, National University of Defense Technology, Changsha 410073, China;2. 66440 Troops, Shijiazhuang 050081, China);Study on spare availability and optimization model[J];Electronic Product Reliability and Environmental Testing;2004-06
5 ZHAO Xiuping1,XIA Changjun2,LUO Yi3,YU Renbo2 (1.Department of Airborne Vehicle Engineering;2.Graduate Students' Brigade of NAEI,Yantai,Shandong,264001;3.The 91172nd Unit of Navy,Sanya,Hainan,572000);Determinating the storage quantity of electronic device spare part which life obeying exponential distribution[J];Journal of Naval Aeronautical Engineering Institute;2006-04
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7 GAO Qi1,HE Peng2,LIU Fu2(1.NanJing University of Science and Technology,Nanjing 210094,China,2.ordnance Engineering Colleg,Shijiazhuang 050003,China);Spare Parts Model Disposed by Maximizing Support Degree[J];Fire Control and Command Control;2007-04
8 YAN Hong-wei1, KANG Jian-she1, ZHAO Na-xin2, WANG Ya-bin1(1.Ordnance Engineering College,Shijiazhuang 050003,China;2.The 61st Research Institute of General Staff,PLA.Beijing 100039,China);Methods to Determine What Kind of Spare Parts Should be Stocked During Wartime[J];Logistics Sci-Tech;2007-05
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