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Failure Analysis of Mechanical Component

Failure Analysis of Mechanical Component

Phoenix Hotel, Yogyakarta | 12th – 15th December 2011 | Rp 9.500.000,-/ participant (non residential )


DESCRIPTION

To provide basic concepts, principles, and to introduce the techniques and methodology of reliability assessment and evaluation as applied to mechanical components, equipment, and mechanical plant systems and sub-systems. To improve the understanding of failures as related to their  nodes, causes and effect

TRAINING MATERIAL OUTLINE

  • Introduction
  1. Implications of mechanical reliability
  2. Definition of mechanical reliability
  3. Reliability and rates of failures
  • System Safety Analysis
  1. Human Error
  2. Routine Operations
  3. Emergency Operations
  • Methods of Analysis
  1. Failures Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
  2. Event Trees
  3. Fault trees
  • Fault-Tree Construction
  1. Nomenclature
  2. Fault classification
  3. Example
  • Analysis of in-service experience for repairable systems :
  1. A note on “ failure rate “
  2. Reliability analysis under constant failure rate
  3. System availability

Peserta

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Operators, Supervisors, and Engineers

Metode

Presentation, Discussion, Simulation, Case Study & Evaluation

Instructor

Ir. Rini Dharmastiti, M.Sc., Ph.D & team

Duration:

3 days training

Time & Venue :

  • 12th – 15th December 2011
  • Phoenix Hotel, Yogyakarta

Course fee:

Rp 9.500.000,-/ participant (non residential )

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