Accendo Reliability Live Events
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A mix of topics ranging across the field of reliability engineering and related fields. Formats range from how-to tutorials to thought-provoking essays. Topics include fundamental statistical concepts to overarching program management.
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I want to tell you that I have gone through many webinars on Accendo Reliability and found them very useful. I am new to Reliability Engineering and very keen to learn it and apply it in my organization. — Ankur Sharma
Scheduled for October 11, 2022, at 9 am US Pacific time.
Speaker: Fred Schenkelberg
In my opinion, as I do not know if this is true or not, every product or system failure has a cause. Causes are not exactly the same as what we call ‘failure mechanisms’, yet they are related in many cases. One more term to consider is ‘failure mode’ which is the symptoms or results of a failure.
Let’s focus on failure mechanisms in the discussion. During design, manufacturing, and use it is the mechanism information that we can use. We can design out failure mechanisms, minimize introducing them, and delay occurrence via maintenance. For a failure analysis to succeed we need to understand the mechanism(s) at play well to move forward. To design an effective screening test or accelerated life test, we need to know the mechanism(s) involved.
It may be safe to say, failure mechanisms are at the heart of much of what we do in reliability engineering. Let’s explore the many ways something can fail and how understanding failure mechanisms makes a difference.
Scheduled for October 25, 2022, at 8 am US Pacific time.
Speaker: Chris Jackson
Whether you are new to reliability or a veteran, you have probably heard about the Weibull distribution. It has almost mythical status amongst those who conduct reliability data analysis … or in other words – turning a jumble of dots (data points) into information that actually means something. So why do we ‘worship’ the Weibull distribution? What is so special about it? Whether you have been doing this for a long time or five minutes, you will get something out of this webinar that looks at one of the most popular tools for reliability analysis.
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