The One Day Workshop Reliability consists of an introduction to the Reliability Engineering tools and methods such as Weibull and lognormal distribution, risk analysis, predicting failures, drawing up test plans and measuring reliability growth. Alongside acquiring insight into the methodologies, their integration into a development trajectory is the pivot of the workshop.
A selection of the skills which will be learned:
• Reliability Engineering in the Product Creation Process. Tools, Methodologies and the anticipated results.
• The principles of Weibull statistics, creating and interpreting Weibull plots. Examples of Weibull analyses.
• Good and bad Weibull plots, the 3-parameter Weibull and the lognormal distribution.
• Predicting failures, performing risk analyses.
• How to deal with smaller numbers; Weibayes methodology. Setting up a test plan.
• Crow-AMSAA reliability growth analysis, trend analysis.
• Management aspects. Change Management; strategy, implementation, monitoring, training.
The workshop offers you insight into the integration of Reliability Engineering into the product development trajectory. The specification of requirements, drawing up a risk analysis, evaluating test results at the component and system level, predicting Life Cycle costs and maintenance strategy; in short Reliability-Maintenance-Safety (RMS) in all its aspects.
• Principles and terminology
• Reliability Engineering in the Product Creation Process. Tools, methodologies and results.
• The Weibull distribution. Creating a Weibull plot (Handson). Interpreting the plot; Beta value, good and bad plots, the 3-parameter Weibull and the lognormal distribution. (Hands-on)
• Predicting failures and carrying out risk analyses. Is the failure tempo rising, constant or in fact declining? What will my spares turnover be? Is there an optimum replacement moment?
• How to deal with smaller numbers? Weibayes, setting up a test plan. Must everything be tested to the end of its lifespan? What are the alternatives?
• Crow-AMSAA reliability growth analysis. Trend analysis of guarantee dates, your machinery, production process. Accurate and timely programme decisions; measure the effects.
• Management aspects. Mentality, strategy, implementation, monitoring, training. Your role in implementing RMS Engineering in your firm’s strategy.
Ronald Schop – Holland Innovative
Course duration and number of participants:
1 day from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm. Maximum group size: 16 participants. In-company programs can also be arranged.
Ing. Ronald Schop (Senior Director Reliability at Holland Innovative)
Location and costs:
Eindhoven: High Tech Campus 9 (Bèta Building)
Enschede: Hengelosestraat 500 (The Gallery)
Ulm (Duitsland): Neue Strasse 65 (Hotel Goldenes Rad)
The costs are €495 (excl. VAT) per participant. Included are syllabus training material, refreshments and lunch.
23 may 2019
28 november 2019
19 september 2019
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