the probability that a component or an equipment or a system performs its intended function for a stated period of time under specified operating conditions.
In today's competitive world, reliability of equipment is extremely important to maintain quality and delivery deadlines. This is achieved by using proper maintenance and design changes for unreliable subsystems and components of a complex system. It is significant to develop a strategy for maintenance, replacement and design changes related to those subsystems and components. An analysis of down time along with causes is essential to identify the unreliable components and subsystems
- Favorable company reputation
- Improved Customer satisfaction (unreliable product would severely affect customer satisfaction)
- Reduced Warranty costs and unwanted Negative attention
- Repeat business
- Lower life time cost (as the product would require fewer repairs or less maintenance)
- Competitive advantage
- Extended equipment life
Who Should Attend?
Engineers and above level of participants of each departments can attend the session.
- Overview of Reliability Engineering
- Interrelationship between Quality & Reliability
- Reliability in Product & Process Development
- Definition of Failure
- Reliability Program
- Reliability, Availability, Maintainability
- System Reliability Computation
- Statistical Model in Reliability.
- FMEA, FTA, Block Diagram, P-Diagram
- Reliability Testing
- Reliability Centred Maintenance