RELIABILITY ENGINEERING

One Day Work Shop Presented By CTRI ( CT Research Institute )

Research and Training wing of Western Thomson Group.

COURSE OBJECTIVE

Reliability is the ability of a system or component to perform its required functions satisfactorily under stated conditions for a specified period of time. The goal of reliability engineering is to evaluate the inherent reliability of a product or process and work on potential areas for reliability improvement. Focus on Reliability will improve product performance , avoid warranty costs and thereby enhance customer satisfaction.

In this work shop, concepts of Reliability Engineering, quantification of reliability, statistical models etc. will be discussed along with practical examples and case studies.

BODY OF KNOWLEDGE

RELIABILITY ENGINEERING
  • Over view of Reliability and Durability
  • Quantification , B10 Life
  • Weibull analysis to predict Reliability
  • Establishing warranty base lines
  • MTBF and MTTR
  • Analysis and corrective action
  • FMEA
  • Fault Tree Analysis
  • Product testing
  • Using MiniTab to develop statistical model
  • Case studies

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

  • Lecture & Presentations
  • Practical examples
  • Case studies
  • Work practice