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This course is designed to teach participants the underlying concepts of modeling different system scenarios then running Monte Carlo simulations to simulate the behavior of a system so that cost and reliability could be predicted. Topics include:
• Building a simple model and learning to refresh results
• Manipulating Monte Carlo simulation settings and results interpretation
• Adding parallel components to the model
• Linking reliability distributions to the model
• Utilizing production contributions to calculate losses
• Adding spares, switches and sensors to the model