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Failure Mode and Effect Analysis
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|Example of FMEA worksheet with severity, probability and detectability tables. (Excel file)|
FMEA-Info ist als Zip-datei hier (7,2 MB). Slide show (In German), worth to take a look but huge file!!
Excellent introduction to FMEA
Excellent introduction to FMEA by R. R. Mohr January 1994
(In Italian, 104 kB)
L'analisi dei modi e degli effetti delle avarie (FMEA) e' uno strumento prezioso per analizzare sin dalle prime fasi del progetto: l'efficacia e l'effettiva ridondanza degli impianti e dei loro controlli; I'esistenza di punti critici nei sistemi; la necessita' di azioni correttive; la certezza che le conseguenze di una singola avaria siano limitate e opportunamente controllate; la completezza di tutti i sistemi della nave e quindi l'adeguatezza della specifica tecnica.
Short introduction to FMEA from Fraunhofer Institut Produktionstechnik und Automatisierung
Download publication : Risk Informed Regulation of Marine Systems Using FMEA by LT Robb Wilcox, P.E. U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Center Washington, D.C.
Abstract: The marine industry is recognizing the powerful techniques that can be used to perform risk analysis of marine systems. One technique that has been applied in both national and international marine regulations is Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA). This risk analysis tool assumes a failure mode occurs in a system/component through some failure mechanism; the effect of this failure is then evaluated. A risk ranking can be developed in a more detailed variant of FMEA called Failure Mode and Effects Criticality Analysis (FMECA).
Download publication : IOE 539 NOTES: FAILURE MODES AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS (FMEA) by W. Monroe Keyserling, Ph.D., Professor, Industrial and Operations Engineering, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Download publication : Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) over the WWW by G Q Huang, J Shi and K L Mak, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong
Abstract: Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) is one of the formal techniques for effective product development. Its main purpose is to avoid as many potential failures as possible by identifying them and taking appropriate actions in early stages of design and development. Standalone FMEA software packages are commercially available in the market. They offer limited supports for teamwork. This paper proposes to employ the World Wide Web (WWW, web) technology to provide FMEA services on the Internet/Intranets. Resulting web-based FMEA systems require no installation or maintenance but offer remote and simultaneous accesses and therefore better teamwork.
Keywords: FMEA, Internet/Intranet, WWW, Web, Design Tools
Short leaflet : Failure Mode and Effects Analysis Making your success a reality.
|The Ford FMEA Manual that used to available from this server has been removed. Ford has informed us that a new printed version of this document is available in several languages. Please do contact FORD directly to order this new version: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|MILSTD1629.htm (119 kB) or MILSTD1629.txt (119 kB) MIL-FMEA-STD1629 : Military FMEA Standard 1629|
|SAE_draft_std.zip (431 kb) SAE draft FMEA Standard|
|Using a Failure Modes, Effects and Diagnostic Analysis (FMEDA) to Measure Diagnostic Coverage in Programmable Electronic Systems. (pdf-document) Paper|
|Free FMEA software (Excel based, not the newest version) (480 kB)|
|FMEA_Nasa.pdf This procedure establishes guidelines for conducting a Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) on GSFC spacecraft and instruments.|
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