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Larry H. Crow

Vice President, Reliability and Sustainment Programs

Alion Science and Technology Corporation

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Alion Science and Technology Corporation

1750 Tysons Boulevard Suite 1300

Mc Lean, Virginia,22102

United States

Company Description

Alion Science and Technology Corporation delivers advanced engineering, technology and operational solutions to strengthen national security. For customers in defense, civilian government and commercial industries, Alion's rapid engineered solutions support sm...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief of the Methodology Office At the U.S. Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity

Reliability HotWire


Director At General Dynamics Advanced Technology Systems

RAMS


Affiliations

Tri Connections , Inc.

Board Member


Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology

Elected Fellow


American Statistical Association

Elected Fellow


Education

Florida State University


Ph.D.


Web References(51 Total References)


Reliability experts_勤达科技集团

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Larry H. Crow
Dr. Larry H. Crow is an independent consultant as well as an instructor and consultant for ReliaSoft Corporation in the areas of reliability growth and repairable system data analysis. Previously, Dr. Crow served as Vice President, Reliability and Sustainment Programs at Alion Science and Technology in Huntsville, Alabama. He held this position at IIT Research Institute before Alion was established in 2002 by 1600 former IITRI employees. Prior to that, Dr. Crow was Director, Reliability at General Dynamics Advanced Technology Systems (formerly Bell Laboratories ATS). Before joining Bell Laboratories in 1985, Dr. Crow was chief of the Reliability Methodology Office at the US Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity (AMSAA). He developed the Crow (AMSAA) model and the Crow Projection model, which have been incorporated into US DoD military handbooks as well as national and international standards and service regulations on reliability. Dr. Crow chaired the Tri-Service Committee to develop US MIL-HDBK-189, Reliability Growth Management and is the principal author of that document. He is also the principal author of the IEC 61164, Reliability Growth-Statistical Tests and Estimation Methods. He developed the widely used N.H.P.P. Power Law model for analyzing repairable systems reliability, which is featured in the new IEC 61710, Goodness-of-Fit and Estimation Methods for the Power Law Model.


Reliability Growth Test Planning and Management

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Larry H. Crow, Ph.D.
Crow Reliability Resources An effective reliability growth test planning and management strategy can contribute greatly to successful product design and development through its impact on the ability of the design/development team to meet desired reliability goals on time and within the project budget. An effective reliability growth management program both produces and utilizes important information about the reliability of the product design, such as the demonstrated MTBF through testing, the growth in MTBF that has been achieved through implementation of corrective actions, the maximum potential MTBF that can likely be achieved for the product design and estimates regarding latent failure modes that have not yet been uncovered through testing. This article presents a brief conceptual overview of a reliability growth test planning/management strategy and data analysis methodology that provide information that can be instrumental to various management decisions for product design/development. Dr. Larry H. Crow, a leading practitioner in the field of Reliability Growth Analysis for over 30 years, developed the approach described in this article and has cooperated with design/development teams in both the military and the private sector to implement, validate and refine the relevant techniques. This article has been written with cooperation from Dr. Crow based on his lectures on the subject and published standards for reliability growth analysis. Also, as noted in previous articles by Dr. Crow, a comprehensive reliability growth program actually begins in early design and identified potential problem failure modes are mitigated before formal testing. This software is currently under development, with cooperation from Dr. Crow and other partners from the military and commercial sectors to determine the functional requirements. The RGA++ software is anticipated for release in 2Q 2003 and will provide a complete array of analysis options for both continuous (time-to-failure) and discrete (one-shot, success/failure) data sets, including the incorporation of the Crow (AMSAA) projection model and related analyses described in this article. References Dr. Larry H. Crow has developed and implemented the management and analysis approach described in this article and the article has been written with his cooperation and review. This general presentation of the basic concepts of the approach is based largely on lecture notes, discussions and other information provided by Dr. Crow. Dr. Larry H. Crow Dr. Larry H. Crow is an independent consultant as well as an instructor and consultant for ReliaSoft Corporation in the areas of reliability growth and repairable system data analysis. Previously, Dr. Crow served as Vice President, Reliability and Sustainment Programs at Alion Science and Technology in Huntsville, Alabama. He held this position at IIT Research Institute before Alion was established in 2002 by 1600 former IITRI employees. Prior to that, Dr. Crow was Director, Reliability at General Dynamics Advanced Technology Systems (formerly Bell Laboratories ATS). Before joining Bell Laboratories in 1985, Dr. Crow was chief of the Reliability Methodology Office at the U.S. Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity (AMSAA). He developed the Crow (AMSAA) model and the Crow Projection model, which have been incorporated into U.S. DoD military handbooks as well as national and international standards and service regulations on reliability. Dr. Crow chaired the Tri-Service Committee to develop U.S. MIL-HDBK-189, Reliability Growth Management and is the principal author of that document. He is also the principal author of the IEC 61164, Reliability Growth-Statistical Tests and Estimation Methods . He developed the widely used N.H.P.P. Power Law model for analyzing repairable systems reliability, which is featured in the new IEC 61710, Goodness-of-Fit and Estimation Methods for the Power Law Model .


Reliability Growth Test Planning and Management

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Dr. Larry H. Crow, a leading practitioner in the field of Reliability Growth Analysis for over 30 years, developed the approach described in this article and has cooperated with design/development teams in both the military and the private sector to implement, validate and refine the relevant techniques.
This article has been written with cooperation from Dr. Crow based on his lectures on the subject and published standards for reliability growth analysis. Also, as noted in previous articles by Dr. Crow, a comprehensive reliability growth program actually begins in early design and identified potential problem failure modes are mitigated before formal testing. This software is currently under development, with cooperation from Dr. Crow and other partners from the military and commercial sectors to determine the functional requirements. The RGA++ software is anticipated for release in 2Q 2003 and will provide a complete array of analysis options for both continuous (time-to-failure) and discrete (one-shot, success/failure) data sets, including the incorporation of the Crow (AMSAA) projection model and related analyses described in this article. References Dr. Larry H. Crow has developed and implemented the management and analysis approach described in this article and the article has been written with his cooperation and review. This general presentation of the basic concepts of the approach is based largely on lecture notes, discussions and other information provided by Dr. Crow. Dr. Larry H. Crow Larry H. Crow is Vice President, Reliability and Sustainment Programs at Alion Science and Technology, Huntsville, Alabama. He held this position at IIT Research Institute before Alion was established in 2002 by 1600 former IITRI employees. Previously, Dr. Crow was Director, Reliability at General Dynamics Advanced Technology Systems (formerly Bell Laboratories ATS). Before joining Bell Laboratories in 1985, Dr. Crow was chief of the Reliability Methodology Office at the US Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity (AMSAA). He developed the Crow (AMSAA) model and the Crow Projection model, which have been incorporated into US DoD military handbooks as well as national and international standards and service regulations on reliability. Dr. Crow chaired the Tri-Service Committee to develop US MIL-HDBK- 189, Reliability Growth Management and is the principal author of that document. He is also the principal author of the IEC 61164, Reliability Growth-Statistical Tests and Estimation Methods . He developed the widely used NHPP Power Law model for analyzing repairable systems reliability, which is featured in a new IEC 61710, Goodness-of-Fit and Estimation Methods for the Power Law Model . Dr. Crow is an elected Fellow of the American Statistical Association and the Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology and is on the Board of Directors of the Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium (RAMS). He is the recipient of The Florida State University "Grad Made Good" Award for the Year 2000, the highest honor given to a graduate by Florida State University.


Instructors for ReliaSoft's Reliability Training Seminars

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Larry H. Crow
Dr. Larry H. Crow is an independent consultant as well as an instructor and consultant for ReliaSoft Corporation in the areas of reliability growth and repairable system data analysis. Previously, Dr. Crow served as Vice President, Reliability and Sustainment Programs at Alion Science and Technology in Huntsville, Alabama. He held this position at IIT Research Institute before Alion was established in 2002 by 1600 former IITRI employees. Prior to that, Dr. Crow was Director, Reliability at General Dynamics Advanced Technology Systems (formerly Bell Laboratories ATS). Before joining Bell Laboratories in 1985, Dr. Crow was chief of the Reliability Methodology Office at the US Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity (AMSAA). He developed the Crow (AMSAA) model and the Crow Projection model, which have been incorporated into US DoD military handbooks as well as national and international standards and service regulations on reliability. Dr. Crow chaired the Tri-Service Committee to develop US MIL-HDBK-189, Reliability Growth Management and is the principal author of that document. He is also the principal author of the IEC 61164, Reliability Growth-Statistical Tests and Estimation Methods . He developed the widely used N.H.P.P. Power Law model for analyzing repairable systems reliability, which is featured in the new IEC 61710, Goodness-of-Fit and Estimation Methods for the Power Law Model.


Reliability Research Papers by ReliaSoft Personnel

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"Reliability Growth Planning Curves Based on Multi-Phase Projections " by Larry H. Crow (ReliaSoft).
Presented at RAMS (Palm Harbor, Florida - January 26 - 29, 2015). "Demonstrating Reliability Growth Requirements with Confidence" by Larry H. Crow (ReliaSoft). Presented at RAMS (Reno, Nevada - January 23 - 26, 2012). Winner of the 2012 RAMS Stan Oftshun Award! "Planning a Reliability Growth Program Utilizing Historical Data " by Larry H. Crow (Instructor and Consultant for ReliaSoft). Presented at RAMS (January 24 - 27, in Lake Buena Vista, FL). "Reliability Growth Planning, Analysis and Management " by Larry H. Crow (Instructor and Consultant for ReliaSoft). Presented at RAMS (January 24 - 27, in Lake Buena Vista, FL). "The Extended Continuous Evaluation Reliability Growth Model " by Larry H. Crow (Instructor and Consultant for ReliaSoft). Presented at RAMS (January 25 - 28, in San Jose, CA). "A Methodology for Managing Reliability Growth during Operational Mission Profile Testing " by Larry H. Crow (Instructor and Consultant for ReliaSoft). Presented at RAMS (January 28-31, in Las Vegas, NV). "PER: A Process Control Methodology for Development Testing " by Larry H. Crow. Presented at RAMS (January 22-25, 2007 in Orlando, FL). "Useful Metrics for Managing Failure Mode Corrective Action " by Larry H. Crow. Presented at RAMS (January 23-26, 2006 in Newport Beach, CA). "Studies and Methods for Improving the Effectiveness of Reliability Tasks " by Larry H. Crow. Presented at RAMS (January 24-27, 2005 in Alexandria, VA).


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