Barlow.Proschan: Part data for Kettelle Spares Allocation Example

Description Usage Format Source

Description

Dataset of four parts with Part ID (Unit), demand rate (Lam), repair time (TAT), and Cost (C)

Usage

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Format

An unsorted dataframe with 4 rows, with columns $Unit (ID number of the part), $Lam (Demand rate for spare part), $TAT (Repair, or turnaround, time for part) and C (Purchase cost part)

Source

Richard E. Barlow and Frank Proschan, Statistical Theory of Reliability and Life Testing, Probability Models (Barlow & Proschan, 1975)



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