DESIGN FAILURE MODE EFFECT ANALYSIS (DFMEA. 4th EDITION)
INTRODUCTION FOR DESIGN FAILURE MODE EFFECT ANALYSIS
Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) is an analytical technique used primarily by a Engineer/Team as a means to ensure that, to the extent possible, potential failure modes and their associated causes/mechanisms have been considered and addressed. End items, along with every related system, subassembly, and component, should be evaluated. In its most rigorous form, an FMEA is a summary of the team’s thoughts (including an analysis of items that could go wrong based on experience) as a component, subsystem, or system is designed. This systematic approach parallels, formalizes, and documents the mental disciplines that an engineer normally goes through in any design process.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to :
- Understand what is DFMEA.
- Identify the potential failure modes.
- Rank correctly Severity, Occurrence and Detection Tables.
- Calculate RPN.
- Prepare an effective DFMEA.
Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, Leaders, and staff involved with DFMEA.
- Objectives of DFMEA.
- Learning outcome of DFMEA.
- Background of DFMEA.
- Applications of DFMEA.
- Key elements of effective DFMEA.
- What is reliability?
- Definition and purpose of DFMEA.
- Why DFMEA?
- DFMEA sequence.
- Development of DFMEA 4th Edition.
- Step by step definition.
- How to rank Severity effectively. 4th Edition?
- How to rank Occurrence effectively. 4th Edition?
- How to rank Detection effectively. 4th Edition?
- How to calculate Risk Priority Number (RPN)?
- Recommended actions for high RPN.
- Responsibility and target completion date.
- Recalculate RPN.
- FMEA key elements.
- Requirements for success.
- Potential roadblocks.
For more information, please leave your enquiry!