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The bathtub curve in Figure . showed that, as well as random failures, there are distributions involving increasing or decreasing failure rate. In these variable failure rate cases there is no point in considering the failure rate since it is continually changing. Only reliability and MTBF are meaningful. The Bathtub Distribution. The much-quoted bathtub curve is an example of the practice of treating more than one failure type (mode) by a single classification. It seeks to describe the variation of failure rate of components during their life. Figure . shows this generalized relationship as originally assumed to apply to electronic components.
The 'bathtub curve' hazard function (blue, upper solid line) is a combination of a decreasing hazard of early failure (red dotted line) and an increasing hazard of wear-out failure (yellow dotted line), plus some constant hazard of random failure (green, lower solid line). The bathtub curve is widely used in reliability engineering. The name is derived from the cross-sectional shape of a bathtub: steep sides and a flat bottom. The bathtub curve is generated by mapping the rate of early "infant mortality" failures when first introduced, the rate of random failures with constant failure rate during its "useful life", and finally the rate of "wear out" failures as the product exceeds its design lifetime.