Consider the following figure, which consists of a TMR with a single spare S that can serve as a s ...
Consider the following figure, which consists of a TMR with a single spare S that can serve as a spare only for module 1 . Assume that modules 1 and S are active, and the reliability of the comparator is perfect when these modules are operating correctly. When either of the two modules 1 or S fails, the failure is detected by the comparator with the coverage probability c. The coverage probability is the probability of correctly identifying the faulty module (i.e., module S or 1 ) and successfully connecting the operational module to the voter. Find the expression for the system reliability. Assume the reliability of each module is R and the reliability of the voter is Rv.
To find the expression for the system reliability, let's consider the different possible scenarios and their corresponding reliabilities:1. Scenario: Both module 1 and spare S are operational.Reliability: R * RIn this scenario, both module 1 and spare S are functioning correctly, so the reliability is the product of their individual reliabilities.