Friday, February 8, 2013

Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)

An overview of Weibull analysis

Designing and Delivering Training for Groups

The maintenance engineer

The maintenance engineer must now become active in setting manufacturing
strategies and policies and in determining solutions to daily problems. What the
maintenance organization does, when they do it, and how they do it will be determined
by rigorous methodology and analysis of information. The maintenance engineer
will move from being an occasional problem solver to becoming active in the
daily decision making and goal setting of the maintenance organization. Tasks performed
by the maintenance engineer of the first decade of the 21st century will
almost certainly include:
Failure mode and effects analysis
Fault tree analysis
Weibull analysis
Interpretation of plant availability modeling
Establishing and managing effective preventive maintenance programs
Cost analysis
Maintenance strategy development
Failure analysis
Risk analysis
Maintenance task analysis

(From Improving Machinery Reliability)