Reliability Engineering Fundamentals
17 & 18 octobre à Anvers
Cette formation sera donnée en anglais
This course is designed to teach the principles of improving asset management and maintenance decision making using the fundamentals of reliability engineering principles.
This workshop is designed for the following participants:
- Plant engineers;
- Production managers;
- Maintenance managers;
- Top level maintenance technicians;
- Reliability and Maintenance engineers;
- Everyone who is involved in reliability engineering strategies or methodologies.
You will learn
- The important terms and conditions in reliability statistics;
- How to apply basic statistics in the maintenance environment;
- How to apply reliability statistics to improve asset management;
- What the Life Cycle Costing (LCC) philosophy is;
- The steps for performing a LCC;
- How to calculate Net Present Value;
- The simple 'Five Why' method of failure investigation;
- Fundamentals of using logic trees to uncover the physical, human, and latent causes of failures;
- The importance of RCM;
- RCM terminology
- Fundamental philosophies:
- Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) for RCM;
- How to evaluate failure consequences;
- The difference between FMEA and Failure Modes Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA);
- How to identify mechanical, electrical and stationary failure modes using condition monitoring technologies;
- How to identify the common traps of each predictive PdM technology;
- Introduction to the use of Monte Carlo simulation in RCM and availability analyses;
- Components of Human Factors Engineering (HFE) in reliability;
- The use and importance of Failure Reporting Analysis and Corrective Action System (FRACAS).
Carey Repasz has spent the last sixteen years in maintenance. After specializing in jet aircraft maintenance for the US Air Force, he has worked in the mining, steel, plastics, pharmaceutical, paper and food processing industries. Eleven years ago, Carey turned his talents to the emerging field of predictive maintenance, where technologies such as vibration, infrared and oil analysis are used to make sure that equipment runs faster, costs less and never breaks down. Today, he serves as the Program Manager for Cargill Corn Milling in Eddyville, Iowa and oversees an Integrated Reliability & Maintenance Program. Carey has held positions in both Allied and GPAllied as a vibration analyst pdm analyst program manager for Cargill and as the technical director for operations. He is one of Allied’s Senior Instuctors for the PM/PdM Best Practices Training & Tools Series. Carey jointly developed the curriculum and shares his many case studies from his experiences with our clients in implementing best practices. Carey is a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) through the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP), and his certifications include Thermography ASNT level I, Vibration ASNT level II, Ultrasonics level I and RCM Blitz. Carey lives in Centerville, Iowa with his wife and three children. He enjoys fishing and training his hunting beagles in his spare time.
Read an article from Carey Repasz about The 5 primary functions of a reliability engineer.
17 & 18 octobre 2012
- 8:45: accueil avec petit déjeuner.
- 9:00: début de la formation start training.
- 12:30 - 13h00: déjeuner deux services.
- 13h30 - 17h00: session de l'après-midi de la formation.
- 17h00: drink offert au bar du lobby.
Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel
Koningin Astridplein 7
. € 1.595,- BEMAS member price
. € 1.795,- non member price
Le prix inclut les lunch et pauses-cafés.
Attention, les inscriptions sont limitées à 15 participants seulement! Inscrivez-vous aujourd'hui pour avoir l'opportunité de suivre cette formation complète!
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Be sure to ask BEMAS special price minimum one month before the training, as our special price is dependent of the hotel occupancy rate at the time you book your room.