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I am trying to find a software (free if possible) to simulate System Reliability. More specifically, I am looking to simulate systems with sub-components that each have probabilistic (and not deterministic) failure rates (Probabilistic density functions) and if possible probabilistic repair times (MTTR).
Good billboard design will include some elements of redundancy but optimising when and how to implement maintenance support is a complex task based on component reliability properties. This is a classic scenario to explore in BlockSim. For simplicity, the block diagram in below is used to represent a billboard.
If possible, the software should handle multiple failure causes for a single system component. My objective is to calculate a system probabilistic reliability function and an overall system MTTR based on time-dependent simulations. The current software I know of is Blocksim from reliasoft (too expensive) and openreliability, but if I'm not mistaken they do not deal with probabilistic failure rates.
If you know a package on R or Python that does the trick I am interested in that too. Thank you for your help!
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