The FMEA method

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					The FMEA method
A powerful reliability tool for data analysis that
lasts for decades

By William Goble



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                                      Failure Mode and Effects Analysis                 Column one describes the name of the com-
                
				
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Description: A Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a system reliability and safety review technique created in the 1960s as part of the U.S. Minuteman rocket program to find and mitigate unanticipated design problems. After these two fundamentally different types of FMEA were created, the "design FMEA" was then called DFMEA, and a "process FMEA" was called PFMEA in some literature.\n Failure rate numbers and a failure mode distribution are required for each component in order to perform an FMEDA. [...] a component database of this information is required, as shown in The "FMEDA process" figure.
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