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Reliability Engineering Management course flyer


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Summer 2018 teaching the reliability engineering management course (ENRE642) at University of Maryland. Starts May 29th.

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Reliability Engineering Management course flyer

  1. 1. Course Instructor Fred Schenkelberg (408) 710-8248 Course Outline: Introduction and design for reliability Value of reliability to business Evaluating the maturity of reliability approach Engineering approaches to product reliability Setting reliability goals and apportionment Building a reliability plan Identifying risks to reliability goal Using HALT and its benefits Using ALT and other reliability testing Using product level reliability models Sample sizes and a few trade-offs Encouraging use of FA and FRACAS Making good measurements Considerations in thermal design Understanding stress/strength and derating Considering the product’s environment Managing the supplier’s reliability program Building a reliability culture in an organization Review Course Syllabus Unifying systems perspective of reliability engineering management. Design, development and management of organizations and reliability programs including: management of systems evaluation and test protocols, development of risk management-mitigation processes, and management of functional tasks performed by reliability engineers. The course has an emphasis on understanding the value of reliability activities within the entire product life-cycle. Case studies of actual organizations focused on determining the key considerations when attempting to improve the organization’s ability to produce reliable products. Summer 2018 ENRE642 Schedule: Section 0101 Meets live MTuWThF 9am -3pm 5/29/18 - 6/11/18 Section ER01 & Section RE01 Online 5/29/18 - 8/17/18 Grading: Homework 20% Mid Term 25% Project 25% Final 30% REGISTER at Reliability Engineering Management