Reliability Problem Solving addresses the use of an appropriately tailored suite of reliability engineering activities, tools, methods, procedures, etc., to cost-effectively identify and correct design/process reliability problems.
Quantitative Reliability Analyses – Practical Approaches Training Course:
Course Dates: Tuesday, Sept. 14 to Thursday, Sept. 16.
The purpose of this course is to provide illustrative examples of the more common mathematical calculations and statistical techniques utilized by reliability engineers in the practical performance of their daily activities.
San Diego Training and Conference Center
450 B Street, Suite… Read More
The practice of limiting electrical, thermal and mechanical stresses on parts to levels below their specified ratings is called derating. MIL-STD-721C offers the following definitions of derating:
Using an item in such a way that applied stresses are below rated values
The lowering of the rating of an item in one stress field to allow an increase… Read More