Course

One day workshop Reliability (online)

Organisations continuously need to develop new products, processes and systems with an high level of reliability in order to respond to the latest economic developments. The failure of components or systems can have a great impact and lead to big consequences, such as claims or image damage. RMS (Reliability-Maintenance-Safety) Engineering is an upcoming discipline within productdevelopment and helps to guarantee the reliability of the product during the design fase with accurate and quantitive methods in an integral way. 

The participants get an introduction in the Reliability Engineering tools and methods such as Weibull and Log-Normal distribution, Risk Analysis, failure forecasting, test substantiation and more. The modelling and measuring of Reliability growth during project validation for systems and install-base equipment and the forecasting of the total life span cost in the field are treated in this workshop. 

Reliability analysis are always based on guarantee, test or field data and are used for giving founded management recommendations. 

Result

The participant develops skills in the areas of:

  • Reliability Engineering in the Product Creation Process. Tools, Methods and Deliverables.
  • The basics of the Weibull Distribution, plot creation, the interpretation of Beta values, samples of Weibull analysis.
  • Reading the Weibull plot; Good and Bad Weibull plots, 3 - parameter Weibull and the lognormal distribution.
  • Failure forecasting and Risk analysis.
  • Weibayes, Test substantiation, extreme small samples, Reliability Validation Planning (RVP; Reliability TOOLS)
  • Crow-AMSAA Reliability Growth Analysis, Trend Analysis.
  • Reliability Training and Mindset within Product Development.

Target group

The One day workshop Reliability is a professional, intensive one day workshop meant for senior management and engineers working in R&D, testing or projectmanagement, who want to lead or start leading the Reliability programm of a company. 

You level is academic or higher education, or the same level of knowlegde gained through experience.

Materials

Participants need to bring a laptop with CD-player and software Microsoft Excel.

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  • Information
    Trainer: Dhr. Ing. R. Schop (Holland Innovative)
    Course data: December 10 2020 (Enschede)
    Location: Enschede
    Price: € 495.00 ex. vat
    In cooperation with: Holland Innovative
    Language
    The program can be taught in English on request.
  • Program

    Content workshop

    1. Introduction: Reliability Engineering in the Product Creation Process. Overview of available Tools and Methods.
    2. The Weibull Distribution: Weibull plot creation (Hands-on), the interpretation of Beta values, samples of Weibull analysis.
    3. Weibull plot reading and interpretation: Good and Bad Weibull plots. 3 parameter Weibull and the lognormal distribution. (Hands-on)
    4. Failure forecasting and Risk analysis: How many failures can we expect in the future? Is the failure-rate increasing, constant or reducing? What kind of parts turnover can we expect? Optimal replacement point = minimum cost calculation.
    5. Small sample-sizes analysis: Weibayes, Test substantiation, extreme small samples, Reliability Validation Planning (RVP; Reliability TOOLS) (Hands-on)
    6. Crow-AMSAA Reliability Growth Analysis: Trend analysis; Process of fleet Reliability Performance in time. System Reliability analyses with multiple failure-modes combined. Accurate program decisions, early Reliability predictions.
    7. Reliability Training and Mindset within Product Development: The role of middle and upper management in implementing Reliability, Maintainability and Safety Engineering in the business strategy.
    8. Discussion. Which deliverables are required in the Product Creation Process and in which phase thereof?