Introduction to Repairable Systems Analysis and Modeling by Dr. Andre Kleyner
Join us for our next webinar! March 20, 2024 8:30-11:30 AM Pacific time (California) Cost $300 per person, Group discounts available! Please note, this webinar will be recorded. If the time is not convenient for you, this webinar can be purchased to view at your leisure. Contact us for more details.
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A system is considered repairable if it can be restored to satisfactory operation by a repair action. One of the most important tasks of analyzing the repairable systems is to estimate the number of failures N(t) and make a prediction of the future number of failures in order to optimize maintenance strategies, obtain the necessary number of spare parts, estimate the cost of repairs and warranty. To achieve this requires a basic understanding of several key reliability and maintainability concepts and mathematical modeling approaches.
This webinar will cover:
- The difference between repairable and non-repairable systems and the ways they are analyzed and modeled (statistical distribution vs. stochastic process).
- Explanation of the renewal process
- Methods of predicting the future number of system repairs
- Different states of repair (as good as new, as bad as old, partial repair)
- Concept of system’s virtual age
- Non-parametric and graphical methods of repairable systems analysis
- System’s reliability vs. availability
- Availability measures
About your instructor:
Andre Kleyner has over 30 years of engineering, research, consulting, and managerial experience specializing in reliability of electronic and mechanical systems designed to operate in severe environments. He received the doctorate in Mechanical/Reliability Engineering from University of Maryland, and Master of Business Administration from Ball State University. Dr. Kleyner was Global Reliability Engineering Leader with a major Tier 1 automotive supplier and now is a private consultant. He is an ASQ Fellow, a certified reliability and quality engineer (CRE, CQE) and a Six Sigma Black Belt. For many years Dr. Kleyner was a part time lecturer at Purdue University teaching systems engineering. He holds several US and foreign patents and authored over 50 professional publications including three books on the topics of reliability, statistics and warranty management. Andre Kleyner also is the editor of the Wiley Series in Quality and Reliability Engineering, technical book series published by John Wiley & Sons.
Cost: $300 per person, if you have five or more from the same company the price is $270 per person
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