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Reliability may be defined in the following ways: The idea that an item is fit for a purpose with respect to time The capacity of a designed, produced, or maintained item to perform as required over time The capacity of a population of designed, produced or maintained items to perform as required over specified time The resistance to failure of an item over time The probability of an item to perform a required function under stated conditions for a specified period of time The durability of an object Basics of a reliability assessment[ edit ] Many engineering techniques are used in reliability risk assessmentssuch as reliability hazard analysisfailure Ramt task 3 and effects analysis FMEARamt task 3 fault tree analysis FTAReliability Centered Maintenanceprobabilistic load and material stress and wear calculations, probabilistic fatigue and creep analysis, human error analysis, manufacturing defect analysis, reliability testing, etc.
It is crucial that these analysis are done properly and with much attention to detail to be effective. Because of the large number of reliability techniques, their expense, and the varying degrees of reliability required for different situations, most projects develop a reliability program plan to specify the reliability tasks statement of work SoW requirements that will be performed for that specific system.
Consistent with the creation of a safety casesfor example ARPthe goal of reliability assessments is to provide a robust set of qualitative and quantitative evidence that use of a component or system will not be associated with unacceptable risk. The basic steps to take  are to: First thoroughly identify relevant unreliability "hazards", e.
Assess the associated system risk, by specific analysis or testing. Risk here is the combination of probability and severity of the failure incident scenario occurring.
In a de minimis definition, severity of failures includes the cost of spare parts, man-hours, logistics, damage secondary failuresand downtime of machines which may cause production loss. What is acceptable is determined by the managing authority or customers or the affected communities.
Residual risk is the risk that is left over after all reliability activities have finished, and includes the un-identified risk—and is therefore not completely quantifiable. Reliability and availability program plan[ edit ] Implementing a reliability program is not simply a software purchase; it's not just a checklist of items that must be completed that will ensure one has reliable products and processes.
A reliability program is a complex learning and knowledge-based system unique to one's products and processes. It is supported by leadership, built on the skills that one develops within a team, integrated into business processes and executed by following proven standard work practices.
For large-scale complex systems, the reliability program plan should be a separate document. Resource determination for manpower and budgets for testing and other tasks is critical for a successful program.
In general, the amount of work required for an effective program for complex systems is large. A reliability program plan is essential for achieving high levels of reliability, testability, maintainabilityand the resulting system Availabilityand is developed early during system development and refined over the system's life-cycle.
It specifies not only what the reliability engineer does, but also the tasks performed by other stakeholders. A reliability program plan is approved by top program Management, which is responsible for allocation of sufficient resources for its implementation.
Improving maintainability is generally easier than improving reliability. Maintainability estimates repair rates are also generally more accurate.Slaget om Guadalcanal Del af Stillehavskrigen under 2. verdenskrig: Amerikanske marineinfanterister holder hvil under en pause i kamphandlingerne på Guadalcanal i HEALTHCARE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Service Line Development RAMT Task 1 Business Summary In this business summary I will provide the pros and cons of building, buying and leasing space for the new orthopedic service line for Trinity Community Hospital.
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