- 14 hours
Reliability – Have you ever wondered how a product could have lasted so long a time and given you such a pleasure to use? On the other hand, the same product could have performed poorly in a different environment and you swore never to use it again! They have a theme in common and that has to do with the Reliability of the product. Whether in new product development, production, maintenance of a system and the warranty of the product, we all deal with reliability in different ways.
This brief course is designed to impart a simple and systematic understanding of reliability engineering with a practical bent to the participant.
2 days | 9am – 5pm | 14 hours
Who Should Attend
This course is suitable for managers, engineers, engineering assistant from the Production, Process, Quality, Maintenance, Research & Development and Operation areas.
Participants should have basic knowledge of statistics and bring along a scientific calculator.
Registration Fee of S$17.12 apply.
All fees stated are inclusive of 7% GST
Award of Certificate
Certificate of Completion will be issued to participants who have attended at least 75% of the course.
THE EVOLUTION OF QUALITY AND RELIABILITY
RELIABILITY AND IT’S RELATION TO QUALITY
WHAT IS RELIABILITY? AND HOW IT’S DIFFERENT FROM QUALITY
HOW DOES QUALITY AFFECT RELIABILITY?
DEFINITION OF RELIABILITY AND WHAT DOES IT MEANS?
DOES IT MAKE BUSINESS SENSE ANYMORE TO HAVE IT MORE “RELIABLE”?
PERCEPTIONS OF RELIABILITY. HOW DOES ONE DEFINE RELIABILITY IN QUANTITATIVE TERMS?
- Dangers of mis-using MTBF / MTTF. How not to use this term wrongly.
- Censoring Data; dealing with the lefts and rights of it.
MTTF AND MTBF
FAILURE RATES AND THE BATHTUB CURVE.
- Decreasing, Increasing and Constant failure rates. What does it all mean?
- The Weibull in action! An all in one solution?
PROBABILITY SERIES, PARALLEL OR MIXED SYSTEMS.
- Building-in redundancy in products.
FAULT TREE ANALYSIS
RELIABILITY APPORTIONING OR ALLOCATION
INCREASING THE RELIABILITY OF A SYSTEM. BACK TO QUALITY!
MAINTENANCE AND AVAILABILITY.
- Coming up with a replacement strategy
- How warranty costs make a lot of business cost sense?
RELIABILITY - THE MANY FACETS OF ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS.
PRODUCT RELIABILITY QUALIFICATION PHASES. HOW IT ALL ADDS UP? E.G. HASS / HALT / ALT