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Who should attend?
- Research and Development Engineers and Specialists
- Product Development Engineers and Specialists
- Quality Engineers and Specialists
- Maintenance Engineers
How to run product life tests?
- What are the service life characteristics of two materials that are alternatives to each other?
- Does the product meet the reliability specifications?
- How will the proposed change in design affect product reliability?
- How much will be the estimated warranty cost for the product?
- How long will the product shelf life be?
- How long is the service life of a part or a component?
- What percentage of the products will fail before the warranty period expires?
- How is the warranty period of the parts that have to wait in the warehouse affected?
- How many products should be tested until they fail/get damaged?
- We should seek answers to these questions by using reliability analysis techniques.
- Basic concepts and applicable areas of reliability methods
- Understanding the characteristics and uses of distributions
- Determining the sample size,
- Modeling by using the “Smallest Extreme Value” distribution
- Modeling the service life of the part before failure occurs
- Reliability estimation of a system with multiple failure modes
- Analyzing reliability of a repairable system and determine whether repair costs are decreasing, increasing or constant over time,
- Identification of the items with the highest risk of failure
- Accelerated life testing
- Probit analysis for the effect of a stress/stimulus variable on failure.