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Scheduled for February 4, 2019, at 8 am US Pacific time
Speaker: Terry Harris
A Reliable Process Solutions 1-hour webinar event focused on providing you with practical content to improve your reliability program today.
This webinar includes a presentation and discussion on:
- The Many Uses of Mechanical Ultrasound
- Air/Gas Leaks: paybacks of finding them
- Electrical Issues: Arcing, Corona, Tracking
- Mechanical Issues: Bearings, Gearboxes, Motors
- Lubrication: How much – How often
- Online Sensors
Mr. Harris is a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional, certified through The Society of Maintenance & Reliability Professionals. Mr. Harris worked in the manufacturing/process industry for 26 years. He had devoted the majority of this time to maintenance area efforts with most of his career being devoted to improving the reliability of his plant and other US and European locations. Mr. Harris has been a reliability consultant for 13 years and has performed training in the US and 30 other countries.
Sign up is direct with Reliable Process Solutions. After payment, they will forward the link for the GotoWebinar event or provided access to the recording. There are also options to buy bundles of webinars (3 for $129, 6 for $209 and all 12 in 2019 for $329. You determine which 3 or 6 topics you’d like to include in your bundle.
Scheduled for February 11, 2020, at 9 am US Pacific time.
Speaker: Fred Schenkelberg
What do you tell someone you just met when they ask, “So, what do you do?” Saying you’re a reliability engineer is likely to get a polite nod or confused look. How do you explain what you do, and why? Why is what we do as reliability minded folk important?
Some of us tend to focus on testing, modeling or data analysis, yet those are tasks that we accomplish. Is that what reliability engineering is about? I don’t think so. Let’s explore the meaning behind range to tools and tasks we use. Let’s explore the underpinning for our motivation to do what we do.
One way to describe what we do is to enable better decisions. Another is to answer the questions, what will fail, and when will it fail? Yet, another is we work to achieve reliability goals. We work to make things or systems last. Some of use work to break stuff in order to learn how to make the product better.
When you examine what we do closely, it turns out to be rather important to our fellow engineers, our organization, our customers, and society as a whole. Understanding the importance of reliability work helps you focus on what is really important, plus look forward too engaging in reliability work. Let’s sort out a great way to describe what we do, along with why it’s important.
Scheduled for February 25, 2020, at 8 am US Pacific time.
Speaker: Chris Jackson
Having a reliability target for your product is great. But how does that help all the little design teams, who make their own decisions on all the different parts of your system?
Well – it starts with reliability allocation. Reliability allocation takes your system reliability goals and translates it into different reliability goals for each subsystem or component. But this is not just a theoretical exercise. Some subsystems or components need to have easier goals to achieve than others. And some can achieve reliability more cost-effectively.
So how do you do it?
If you structure the problem well – it is easy to get right. Otherwise – it is easy to get wrong. This webinar will take you 3 different approaches for allocating reliability – some better than others.