What is a ‘Fault Tree’?
podcast episode with speaker Chris Jackson
If you have spent any amount of time doing reliability engineering stuff, you will probably have heard of this thing called a ‘fault tree.’ You may have even used fault trees a lot. But it is amazing how many different reliability engineers have different ideas about how to best use a fault tree. Some think fault trees are strictly used to work out which combinations of components need to fail in order for the system to fail (system reliability modelling). Others think fault trees are really useful for helping us work out what the causes of failure are (root cause analysis). Both people are right. So why do we get these competing schools of thought? Join us for this webinar to learn more about how fault trees can help you … regardless of what you are trying to achieve.
This Accendo Reliability webinar was originally broadcast on 27 September 2022.
To view the recorded video/audio and PDF workbook of the event visit the webinar page.
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