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Fault Tree Analysis Training by TONEX, FTA Training

Fault Tree Analysis is s a systematic method of system analysis and part of  operations research in system reliability and safety. Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) examines a system from top-down and provides graphical symbols for ease of understanding. It incorporates mathematical tools to focus on critical areas.

Fault tree analysis can also be also as an analytical technique for tracing the events which could contribute. It can be used in accident investigation and in a detailed hazard assessment. The fault tree is a logic diagram based on the principle of multi-causality, which traces all branches of events which could contribute to an accident or failure. Learn the concepts of Fault tree analysis as it is used a symbolic “analytical logic techniques” and its application in reliability and safety analysis. Learn  how basic events, often made up of failures at the component level, could lead to a hypothesized failure of a system.

Learn how fault tree analysis (FTA) is used in  system engineering and analysis practices such as reliability, maintainability and safety.  Using a failures analysis, you can attempt to determine the specific causes by constructing a logic diagram, a top-down approach:

  • Identify potential causes of system failures before the failures actually occur (proactive)
  • Evaluate the probability of the top event using analytical or statistical methods
  • Efforts on improving system safety and reliability

Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) training program:

Basic concepts of system Analysis

  • System Analytical Approaches
  • Overview of Inductive Methods
  • Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)
  • Failure Mode Effect and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
  • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  • Purpose of FTA
  • Rules of FTA
  • Part Failure
  • Product Failure

Analyze a Simple System using FTA

  • Boolean Algebra Applied
  • Relationship between FMEA & FTA
  • Basic Concepts
  • Failure vs. success models
  • Basic elements of a Fault Tree
  • Building Blocks of a Fault Tree
  • Fault Tree Diagram (FTD)

Fault Tree Construction

  • Fault vs. Failures
  • Fault Occurrence vs. Fault Existence
  • Passive vs. Active Components
  • Component Fault Categories
  • Failure Mechanism, Failure Mode, and Failure Effect

Basic Rules for Fault Tree Construction

  • Tradeoffs
  • Primary
  • Cause
  • Logic Gates
  • Accident/Incident
  • Events
  • Example

Probability Theory

  • The Math Description of Events
  • Boolean Algebra applied to Fault Tree
  • Minimum Cut Sets of a Failure Tree

Technical Details of Fault Tree Analysis by Example

  • System Availability and Reliability
  • Failure frequencies
  • Fault Tree Construction
  • Gate and event symbols
  • Causal relations
  • Minimal Cut Sets
  • Probability Theory in FTA
  • Independent events
  • Component Failure and Repair Models
  • Constant failure and repair rate, and dormant failure models
  • System Quantification
  • Minimal cut set unavailabilities
  • Non-Coherent Fault Trees
  • NOT gates and Exclusive OR gates
  • Workshop
  • Case Studies

 

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