Reliability and Maintenance Engineering - FMEA

Jarrod Austin, Mechanical Engineer

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7 Lessons (40m)
    • 1. FMEA Course Outline

      1:16
    • 2. Introduction

      1:29
    • 3. Deep Dive Complete

      7:44
    • 4. Controls and Actions

      4:33
    • 5. FMEA Working Example Original

      18:15
    • 6. Working Example Controls

      4:48
    • 7. FMEA Summary

      1:59

About This Class

This course explores the lean tool of Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) a universal method for assessing underlying risk of a plant, process or system. It is a fundamental tool for any engineer and we will demonstrate how it can be applied to improve the reliability of a plant or system. We explore the FMEA process in detail and identifying ways to accelerate the process through educated assumptions, whilst focusing on the value adding steps of delivering a more reliable plant.

All templates, examples and tools referenced in this class are available as resources in the class project.