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Poisson Process Approach to Determine the Occurrence Degree in Failure Mode and Effect Reliability Analysis

Summary: [This abstract is based on the author’s abstract.]A study is presented to determine the effectiveness of failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) in evaluating a system, design, process, or service for possible ways in which failures can occur. These risks can be measured by reliability engineering and/or statistical analysis. The application data are based on the observed failure frequencies related to the potential failure modes associated with a gear synchromec machine. Only the occurrence degree has been determined with the Poisson process approach for FMEA methodology.

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  • Topics: Reliability
  • Keywords: Event detection, Failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA), Poisson distribution, Risk analysis, Reliability
  • Author: Senol, Sansli
  • Journal: Quality Management Journal