Applied reliability engineering is an engineering discipline for applying scientific know-how to a component, product, plant, or process in order to ensure that it performs its intended function, without failure, for the required time duration in a specified environment.
Applied reliability engineering systems and products are an important element of the world economy and each year billions of dollars are spent to develop, manufacture, operate, and maintain systems and products around the globe.
Some of the key elements that applied reliability engineering can affect include:
- Repair and maintenance costs
- Delays further up supply chain
Enhancing the design team’s applied reliability engineering capabilities through training and staffing of reliability professionals enables the entire team to make decisions fully considering the impact on product reliability. This reduces the need for expensive redesign or rework costs to address reliability related design errors.
Applied Reliability engineering principles can also be a boost to production. That’s because some products require a run-in or burn-in to identify and eliminate early life failures or to refine and optimize system operation. Using reliability engineering techniques can minimize the time and resource impact of run-in or burn-in operations.
Eliminating or minimizing production time, reduces inventory carrying costs, tooling costs, and energy requirements.
Want to learn more? Tonex offers Applied Reliability Engineering Training, a 3-day course that covers the concepts, tools, and techniques required for implementing successful reliability engineering. Applied Reliability Engineering Training course also will discuss reliability and maintenance program management, integrated logistics support (ILS), reliability centered maintenance (RCM), FMECA, and FTA.
Applied Reliability Engineering Training is a combination of theoretical lectures and practical insight that helps you gain in-depth knowledge about reliability disciplines.
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