Principle 2 Design in Reliability
Carl and Fred discussing the three most important principles that summarize the reliability philosophy of successful companies, with focus on the second principle.
Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the second reliability principle: “Reliability must be designed into products and processes.”
- Shorter product development processes and tighter budgets require focus on reliability in design.
- Lengthy test and fix treadmill does not achieve reliability within the shorter PDP does not work.
- Enable design teams to make the right decisions.
- Two DFR strategies: focus on effective methods and influence design (people skills)
- Reliability is part of concurrent engineering
- Product and process reliability
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SOR 369 Principle 2 Design in ReliabilityCarl Carlson
Three important principles summarize the reliability philosophy of successful companies:
- Knowing how to calculate reliability is important, but knowing how to achieve reliability is more important.
- Reliability must be designed into products and processes.
- Reliability practices must be integrated into overall product development and design processes.
Shujae Al-Momani says
1. As we all know that reliability drives product quality,we can rephrase 2 that we should design for reliability.
2. An important area which should be highly considered is system integration into the design and the integrated system reliability impact on the final product reliability.