Good Reliability Requirements
Join Carl and Fred as they discuss how to ensure reliability requirements are proper and adequate. This builds from the definition of reliability.
- What are the four key elements of the definition of reliability?
- How can each of these four key elements be used to develop effective requirements for reliability?
- What makes for good reliability requirements and bad reliability requirements?
- Reliability requirements need to be incorporated into technical specifications and measurable in the right timeframe.
- What is difference between warranty policy and reliability requirements?
- Requirements should encourage the right behaviors to achieve the organization’s goals.
- Beware of merely passing tests.
- Quality objectives for reliability requirements.
- Don’t forget the intended functions.
- The four elements have to be specific to the item being specified.
- Technical specifications should be reviewed to see if the reliability requirements are properly specified.
- If reliability requirements are properly specified in purchased parts, suppliers can more easily develop and ship reliable parts.
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During the podcast Carl mentioned a list of objectives regarding reliability requirements. Here is the list.