Coverage-reliability engineering

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Course content and requirements for the subject A.E. 524, Reliability Engineering for the program B.S. Aeronautical Engineering of Philippine State College of Aeronautics.

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Coverage-reliability engineering

  1. 1. 1 A.E. 524 RELIABILITY ENGINEERING B.S. Aeronautical Engineering, 5th Year A.Y. 2013-2014 Objectives:  Produce future aeronautical engineers possessing very good reliability engineering knowledge and skills that they can use in their professional practice. Expected outcomes:    Prepare maintenance programs applying principles of reliability engineering. Solve problems in reliability engineering applying knowledge of mathematics, aircraft maintenance and inspection and airframe construction and repair. Practice proactive approach in solving problems instead of a reactive one. Coverage: PART 1: Maintenance and Reliability Introduction 1.1 Defining the role of Engineer and Mechanic 1.2 Definition of Maintenance 1.3 Types of Maintenance 1.4 Definition and Reliability 1.5 Types of Reliability PART 2: Introduction to Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) Fundamentals 2.1 Origin of RCM, Maintenance Steering Group 2.2 Process Oriented Maintenance Programs 2.3 Task Oriented Programs 2.4 Maintenance Intervals PART 3: Failure Models and Measurement of Reliability A.E. 524/Delicano, Joefreim A./Course Syllabus
  2. 2. 2 3.1 Failure Mood and Effect Analysis 3.2 Failure Mood Effect and Critical Analysis 3.3 Fault Tree Analysis 3.4 Mean Time to Failure 3.5 Mean Time between Failures 3.6 Failure Rate Patterns PART 4: Probability Distribution Function and their function in Reliability Evaluation 4.1 Weibull Distribution 4.2 Gamma Distribution 4.3 Log Normal PART 5: Analytical System Reliability 5.1 Component Configurations PART 6: Reliability Programs and Implementations 6.1 Need of Reliability Program 6.2 Regulatory Authority 6.3 Reliability Control System PART 7: Investigation of Reliability Alerts Textbook: Smith, D.J. (2001). Reliability, Maintainability and Risk-Practical Methods for Engineers. Butterworth-Heinemann, A division of Reed Educational and Professional Publishing Ltd. Printed and bound in Great Britain by Antony Rowe, Chippenham, Wiltshire. Online References: www.weibull.com www.resnapshot.com A.E. 524/Delicano, Joefreim A./Course Syllabus
  3. 3. 3 Course requirements: a. Student presentation (20%) -The instructor will assign a topic to a student of the course and the student will prepare a maximum of 20 slide presentation plus slide/slides for references. The discussion must be comprehensive and engaging to all. Proper citation of references will be strictly observed during the class. Students who failed to properly cite their sources during their reports will not be entertained for presentation. The reporter must take note of all the comments and suggestions raised during his/her presentation and include all relevant inputs to the paper he/she will submit at the end of the semester. Student presentation will be graded based on a rubric (refer to the rubrics for operations engineering). b. Exams (Quizzes, Major Exam)(55%) - Quizzes will relate to current and previous topics. A quiz may be given at any time during any class period -- immediately after a lecture, at the beginning or end of a class, etc. There will be no make-up quizzes -- none even later during the same class period. Quizzes will be given only to those students who are present when the quizzes are passed out. Anyone caught cheating during exams will automatically get a grade of 5. - Major Exams will be given according to the assigned schedule of the college. There will be no make-up exams -- none even later during the same class period. Anyone caught cheating during exams will automatically merit a grade of 5.0 c. Attendance (10%) Attendance will be graded as follows: Four or more absences will automatically merit a grade of 5. Absences for which a medical or court excuse is provided (professional letterhead required) will be recorded but not figured in the attendance grade. Likewise, one absence for which advance notice is given by phone or in person will not be figured in the attendance grade. Significant tardy and early departure will be marked as absent. d. Recitation and Assignments (15%) - Student recitation will be graded according to his/her active participation during class. Emphasis will be on how relevant and verse the student answer during class discussions. -Assignments will be given at any time during the class period. Assignments will be graded according to its neatness and content. A.E. 524/Delicano, Joefreim A./Course Syllabus
  4. 4. 4 e. Term Paper Term paper will be graded according to the content and results of the study. The format of the term paper will be the same as to a research paper, except that the scope of the study is only good for a single term (otherwise, the instructor or the panel will advise a more thorough study of the subject matter). The subject of the term paper must be relevant to the course and the program. This will be a class effort, meaning the grade of the paper will be the grade of the class. Failure to submit will automatically merit the class a grade of INC. (This also applies with the A.E. 525, Operations Engineering) f. Facebook Account (for class purposes only) Topics and the designated presenters PART 1: Maintenance and Reliability Introduction 1.1 Defining the role of Engineer and Mechanic-Astadan, Villaruel and Dihayco- Nov. 20 1.2 Definition of Maintenance-, Alcantara and Almonidovar- Nov. 20 1.3 Types of Maintenance- Ballesteros, and Bartolome-Nov. 20 1.4 Definition and Reliability- Batanes, and Cortez, M.R.- Nov. 25 1.5 Types of Reliability- Dela Pena, and Dig- Nov. 25 PART 2: Introduction to Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) Fundamentals 2.1 Origin of RCM, Maintenance Steering Group-, Bedeo and Ebon- Nov. 25 2.2 Process Oriented Maintenance Programs- Celis, and Cortez, M.J.- Nov. 27 2.3 Task Oriented Programs- Formento, Gaanan and Gener- Nov. 27 2.4 Maintenance Intervals- Igonia,and Labudahon- Nov. 27 PART 3: Failure Models and Measurement of Reliability 3.1 Failure Mood and Effect Analysis- Laylo and Manalo-Dec. 2 3.2 Failure Mood Effect and Critical Analysis- Olipas and Pagdingalan- Dec. 2 3.3 Fault Tree Analysis- Palugod and Parcarey- Dec. 4 3.4 Mean Time to Failure- Platon and Rio-Dec. 4 3.5 Mean Time between Failures- Romaraog and Rosal- Dec. 9 A.E. 524/Delicano, Joefreim A./Course Syllabus
  5. 5. 5 3.6 Failure Rate Patterns- Saballo and Tabucol- Dec. 9 PART 4: Probability Distribution Function and their function in Reliability Evaluation 4.1 Weibull Distribution- Dizon and Tinasas- Dec. 11 4.2 Gamma Distribution- Valerozo and Villamor- Dec. 16 4.3 Log Normal- Yano and Angue- Jan. 6 PART 5: Analytical System Reliability 5.1 Component Configurations- Cabe and Dela Sala- Jan. 8 PART 6: Reliability Programs and Implementations 6.1 Need of Reliability Program- Masalunga and Dejeto-Jan. 8 6.2 Regulatory Authority- Ferrer and Barbosa- Jan. 13 6.3 Reliability Control System- Barrientos and Dimaculangan- Jan 13 PART 7: Investigation of Reliability Alerts- Acupan- Jan. 15 *Reports must be posted in Facebook on or before the assigned date. In case the instructor was not around during the class, the instructor will assign another instructor to grade the presenters during their reports. *in case of a “no show” of reporters at their assigned date, they will not present anymore at any time during the preliminaries. They are still required to post their reports in Facebook for comments and suggestions. The “no show” also will allow student a maximum grade of 80 percent in their student presentation. The grade of the group will also be the grade of its members. *Plagiarized presentations will automatically merit a grade of 5.0 on the preliminaries. Prepared by / Date Approved by / Date Engr. Joefreim A. Delicano Faculty Member/s Noted by / Date DR. RODERICK C. SANTIAGO DR. JAY JACK R. MANZANO Dean A.E. 524/Delicano, Joefreim A./Course Syllabus Vice President for Academic Affairs
  6. 6. 6 Student agreement form I, ____________________, 5th Year B.S. Aeronautical Engineering student of Philippine State College of Aeronautics, enrolled to the subject A.E. 524, Reliability Engineering, am aware of my duties and responsibilities stipulated in the college student’s manual and course syllabus of the subject. I understand that negligence in my part will merit failing grades. I will do my best to make the learning experience fruitful and enjoying not only for me but for the whole class as well. I will also uphold honesty, integrity and responsibility in all my work for the subject as expected for future professionals like me. __________________________________ Student’s signature above printed name _______________________________________ Parent’s/Guardian’s signature above printed name Date accomplished: ____________________ Student no.:__________________________ *Students should accomplish this form and submit to the instructor on or before November 22, 2013 A.E. 524/Delicano, Joefreim A./Course Syllabus
  7. 7. 7 A.E. 524/Delicano, Joefreim A./Course Syllabus

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