IEEE Boston/Providence/New Hampshire Reliability Chapter
Sponsor: IEEE Boston/Providence/New Hampshire Reliability Chapter
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Host: IEEE Boston/Providence/New Hampshire Reliability Chapter
During this presentation, we will see how various stages of Design for Reliability (DfR) processes are implemented in ReliaSoft software. Additionally, we will discuss how the pieces of information collected during multiple reliability engineering activities can be combined and used to improve the decision-making process. We will demonstrate what the DfR framework looks like, and where the methods and tools fit in that standard work process. The following methods and tools will be reviewed during the case study: FMEA, Telcordia, Accelerated life testing, System reliability.
Design for Reliability is a discipline that refers to the process of designing reliability into products as part of the development process. If you are considering implementing a new DfR initiative or improving an existing program, join us to learn about what procedural steps and methods you may consider for your DfR process.
Date and Time:
Date: Wednesday, 9 February 2022
Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
All times are US/Eastern
Location: This Webinar is to be delivered virtually.
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Michael W. Bannan, Chair, IEEE Boston/Providence/New Hampshire Reliability Chapter
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Semyon Mikheevskiy of Hottinger, Bruel, & Kjaer
Semyon Mikheevskiy is an application engineer at Hottinger, Bruel, & Kjaer responsible for conducting training courses, providing consulting service and pre‑sales support. He is a customer‑facing technical expert on reliability engineering including life data analysis, ALT/HALT, FMEA and MIL-HDBK-217.
He has 7 years of R&D and teaching experience as a research associate and 6 years of experience as a consultant and an application engineer. His focus is on reliability engineering and fatigue and fracture analysis. Semyon holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Canada. He is the author of seven papers published in various peer reviewed journals.
11:00 AM Technical Presentation
11:45 AM Questions and Answers
12:00 PM Adjournment
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