DOI: /10.5513/JCEA01/14.4.1374

Original scientific paper

RELIABILITY MONITORING OF GRAIN HARVESTER IN OPERATING CONDITIONS

2013, 14 (4)   p. 1453-1460

Miroslav Prístavka , Marian Bujna , Maroš Korenko

Abstract

Reliability and quality are strongly linked between each other although people are often confused and consider these to be the same. Quality is defined as the ability to satisfy requirements that customers had determined or expected. If an organization manages to fulfill preconditions and requirements, it has a potential that customers will continue to use its products while buying new ones. Reliability can be named as an indicator expressing the probability that a product will perform the function it was made for and for a period specified in given operating conditions. In this work, we have focused on monitoring the specific parameters in two types of grain harvesters in operating conditions.

Keywords

grain harvester, quality, organization, reliability

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