Achieving or Calculating Reliability
Carl and Fred discuss which reliability methods add more value to a project or program: those methods that are centered around calculating reliability or those methods that predominently support achieving reliability.
Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the difference bwtween reliablity methods that calculate reliability and those that achieve reliablity.
- Which reliability methods are centered mostly around calculating the value of reliability?
- Which methods are focused mostly on achieving reliability, without calculating its value?
- What happens if you focus only on reliability methods that calculate reliability?
- Let’s be clear: Knowing how to calculate reliability is important, but knowing how to achieve reliability is equally if not more important.
- What about HALT, FMEA, FTA?
- How does company culture affect the motivation to change?
- It takes understanding failure mechanisms coupled with knowing the program risk.
- The 6 steps to acheiving high reliability.
- There is more than one way to achieve reliability.
- When predicting reliability, assumptions are very important.
Enjoy an episode of Speaking of Reliability. Where you can join friends as they discuss reliability topics. Join us as we discuss topics ranging from design for reliability techniques to field data analysis approaches.