Reliability engineering is engineering that emphasizes dependability in the lifecycle management of a product. Dependability, or reliability, describes the ability of a system or component to function under stated conditions for a specified period of time. Reliability is the probability that a product will continue to work normally over a specified interval of time, under specified conditions.
Reliability, Statistical Methods – Introduction -Definitions, concepts and Introduction to Reliability Engineering
Data Collection, Analysis and Corrective Action – Data Collection Methodology
Failure Reporting and Corrective / Preventive Action
Direct Calculated Reliability Block Diagrams (RBD)
Markov analysis – constructing models, defining phase transitions, base rates, time dependent rates
Using failure data – Weibull Failure models
This course benefits in different sectors such as Oil & Gas, Steel, Mining, Transport, Energy, Manufacturing Plant, Food & Beverage
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Quality Managers, Quality Engineers, Lean practitioners, Business Process Owners, Process Improvement Managers, System implementers, Management representatives, System coordinators.