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PSHP - Positive Distribution with High Performing Asset
One of nine classes of asset performance in a deterioration model developed by David Albrice and Matthew Branch (2014).

The model maps the relationship between survivor curves and degradation curves to forecast the useful service lives of different classes of assets.

In the PSHP scenario, the survivor curve for the asset class follows a positive symmetrical distribution and the local asset is performing like the high performer in that class.


 


Fig. Graphs of the nine scenarios under the deterioration model.



Fig. The PSHP graph that correlates the survivor curve and the degradation curve.

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See also:
  • Probability Distribution
Compare with:
    • Negatively Skewed Distribution with Average Performing Asset (NSAP)
    • Negatively Skewed Distribution with High Performing Asset (NSHP)
    • Negatively Skewed Distribution with Poor Performing Asset (NSPP)
    • Positively Skewed Distribution with Average Performing Asset (PSAP)
    • Positively Skewed Distribution with High Performing Asset (PSHP)
    • Positively Skewed Distribution with Poor Performing Asset (PSPP)


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