Webinar: Applying the HALT Method to Products Other Than Electronics by John Paschkewitz
May 26 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am$200
Applying the HALT Method to Products Other Than Electronics by John Paschkewitz
Join us for a webinar on May 26, 2020 8:30 – 10:30 am Pacific time Cost $200 per person with group discounts available! This course will be recorded and can be purchased to view at a time more convenient for you. Contact us for more details.
HALT training and application has focused primarily on electronic products. But, HALT is a methodology, and the basics can be applied to any product and stress. The basic approach to HALT is to apply a single stress in a stepwise manner until an operational limit or destruct limit is reached to find the strength margin of the product relative to that stress. Similarly, other stresses identified can be applied one at a time to find limits. Once the limits are found, an accelerated profile can be determined and the product is then cycled to reveal weaknesses in the design that can be corrected. For electronics, temperature, repetitive shock vibration, and power variation or on/off cycling are typical stresses applied in HALT.
To apply the HALT methodology to non-electronic products, we need to begin with an understanding of the stresses applied to the product and the potential failure mechanisms precipitated. Analysis of the design and application with tools like Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, Finite Element Analysis, or similar approaches help identify the stresses to use in testing the product, component, or assembly. A basic Physics of Failure approach is needed. Both overstress and cumulative damage wear out mechanisms will be discussed.
This 2-hour webinar, which costs $200, will look at applying this approach to some electrical and mechanical products to illustrate how the HALT method can help improve the design and reliability of products other than electronics. Although less work has been done to use HALT in these products, there is considerable benefit to applying the HALT methodology.
About your instructor: John Paschkewitz has over 45 years’ experience in product assurance, testing, reliability and sustaining engineering in several industries. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and a M.A. in Business Management from Central Michigan University. He is a graduate of the Defense Systems Management College Program Management Course. He is a registered Professional Engineer and ASQ Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE), a Senior Member of ASQ and a Member of SAE and ASME. He is a Regional Councilor for the ASQ Reliability Division.
Cost: $200 per person, $180 per person if you have five or more from the same company
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Note: This webinar will be recorded if the time is inconvenient for you. Contact us for more details.