Talk:Mean time to repair

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Brought to Life[edit]

There are many conflicting acronyms in the field of reliability, and Mean Time To Repair is very prevalent in use in the USA. Without equations for the "Mean time to recovery", I believe it is meant to be equivalent to "Mean time to Restore" (typ. "MTR"), which typically includes administrative & logistics downtime (e.g., paperwork, shipping new parts, etc.) and thus is different. -Garykempen (talk) 16:35, 1 September 2009 (UTC)