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Basic Reliability Engineering

Basic Reliability Engineering

The Jayakarta, Bandung | 17-19 April 2012 | IDR 8.699.000,-/participant
The Jayakarta, Bandung | 11-13 July 2012 | IDR 8.699.000,-/participant
The Jayakarta, Bandung | 10-12 October 2012 | IDR 8.699.000,-/participant


We provide a practical approach and provide many examples that assist in understanding and implementing the various techniques, without covering an overwhelming variety and depth of techniques of which a small percentage is needed. We also provide exercises that further assist in understanding the various techniques.


1.     Reliability Engineering Explained
2.     What Are the Reliability Principles?

  • The content is Historic development of reliability engineering, the objectives and goals of reliability engineering, reliability engineering link to asset management, the benefits of reliability engineering, Why should you consider using reliability engineering , the reliability engineering process And implement reliability engineering.
  • The Content is Introduction, How does quality compare to reliability? , reliability link to Life Cycle Costs , design for mechanical reliability , are the effects of installation on mechanical reliability, the effects of operability on mechanical reliability, the effects of maintainability on mechanical reliability  , Which reliability measures are available? , Quality , Reliability, availability and maintainability and Main outcomes of chapter two

3.     What Are Asset Faults and Failures?

  • The content is faults and failures , the six patterns of failure , wear-out failure ,the bathtub curve or hazard function, slowly aging? , the best new failure mode,  is random failure , wear-in failure , characteristics of age-related failures , characteristics of non-age-related failures , Failure analysis , What data do you use in maintenance analysis?, the generic parts count method? data collect , the failure rate , How to work out the mean life of items?, Main outcomes of chapter three

4.     How to Perform Descriptive Data Analysis?

  • The content is : the purpose of quantitative techniques , decisions do you make in maintenance, Classification of maintenance problems, Purchasing decisions , Replacement decisions , Inspection decisions , Overhaul and repair decisions , Resourcing decisions , analyse failure data with descriptive statistics , tabulation , graphical represent data , perform trend analysis, failure distributions and Main outcomes of chapter four

5.     What Can You Do with Statistics?

  • The content is : Numerical characterisation of data , measures of central tendency are available , measures of variation can you use , inferential statistics , populations and samples , determine confidence levels?

6.     What Is Probability
7.     What Are Probability Distributions?
8.     What Is the Weibull Distribution?
9.     How to Calculate System Reliability?

10.What Are Industrial Applications of Reliability Analysis?

  • The content is : Introduction , types of reliability analyses can you use ,  reliability audits , reliability reviews , reliability assessments , reliability analysis techniques should you use , reliability aspects in contracting , Accurate reliability specification , Avoid ambiguity in contracts , reliability testing , Test terminates once a pre-assigned number of failures occur , Test terminated at pre-assigned time , Successive reliability testing , ‘Testing’ with the binomial distribution

11.How to Manage Risk?

  • The content is : risk analysis and management , definition and measurement of risk , Risk statistics , risk analysis techniques are available , probabilistic risk assessment methodology , hazard & operability analyses? At what time , do you perform hazards and operability analyses , perform the HazOps analysis , standard HazOps sheet , extended HazOps analysis sheet , the benefits and disadvantages of HazOps,  HazOps analysis consistent , time-sequence models , the gate/logic and event/terminal symbols , fault or success trees , event trees , cause-consequence analysis , logic trees , cause and effect diagrams.

Course Objectives

To provide the participants with:

  • the knowledge, understanding and skills to perform reliability analyses to optimise the quality and quantity of asset outputs (revenue), minimise risk and the use of inputs (costs);
  • knowledge for the most effective and efficient design, operation and maintenance of assets;
  • methods and examples to assist with the easy implementation of the various technique and achieving the changes espoused in the theory.

Who Should Attend

Asset owners, Asset Managers, Engineers, Planners, Trades people, Operators, Finance Managers, Safety Officers and all those who contribute in their roles of first-line (operators and maintainers) and second-line (engineering, designers, logistics, admin, workshops, etc.) asset managers to asset performance.

Instructor :

Ir. In Jumanda Kasdadi K., MT. And Tim

Expert in engineering , processing, instrumentation and control, HSE, safety, Piping and Corrosion Control, Waste and Water Treatment.


Waktu           : 08.30-16.30 WIB
Tempat         : The Jayakarta Bandung. Dago
Tanggal        :

  • 17-19 April 2012 (Bacth II)
  • 11-13 July 2012 (Bacth III)
  • 10-12 October 2012 (Batch IV)


  • IDR 8.699.000,-/participant non residensial.
  • For send 3 participant discount 10 %.


  • Meeting Room Hotel ****
  • Training KIT
  • Souvenir
  • Sertifikat
  • 2 X Coffe Break + Lunch

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