Engine winding reliability data

A reliability engineer studies the failure rates of engine windings of turbine assemblies to determine the times at which the windings fail. At high temperatures, the windings might decompose too fast.

You can use this data to demonstrate Distribution ID Plot (Right Censoring), Distribution Overview Plot (Right Censoring), Parametric Distribution Analysis (Right Censoring), and Nonparametric Distribution Analysis (Right Censoring).

Worksheet column Description
Temp80 The time to failure of windings that were exposed to 80°C
Cens80 Indicates whether the unit failed or survived at 80°C: 1 = an actual failure, or 0 = the censored unit was removed from the test before it failed
Temp100 The time to failure of windings that were exposed to 100°C
Cens100 Indicates whether the unit failed or survived at 100°C: 1 = an actual failure, or 0 = the censored unit was removed from the test before it failed

In row 1, a unit exposed to 80°C failed after 50 hours. In row 6, a unit exposed to 80°C was removed from testing after 99 hours, but had not yet failed.

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