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Chen ZHANG
Dong PAN
Ben ZHANG
Hao FANG

Introduction

Background

Identification
•Failure mode
•Effect analysis

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Implementation

•Failure consequences
•Frequently occurring
•Easy to be detected.

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Pre-work

•Describe the function and system


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•Understandd the
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•Worksheet

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Severity

•All failure modes are determined


•Example electrical corrosion or deformation
•State the effects such as noise or injury to customer
•Severity number from 1 to 10, danger to critical

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Occurrence

•How many times the failure modes are happening


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•Occurrence numberr 1 tto 10
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Detection

•Test the efficiency


•Detection number 1 to 10

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Risk Priority Number

•Risk Priority Number=Severity * Occurrence * Detection


High RPN give high priority for corrective action
•High

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A few logical should be in mind

•Try to eliminate the failure mode


•Minimize the
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•Reduce the occurrence of the failure mode
•Improve the detection

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Advantages of FMEA
•Identifying the potential and known failures
•Improve the quality and safety product
•Increase the company image and customer satisfaction
•Reduce the customer complaint
•Minimize the system timing and cost
•Reduce the future failures
•Early emphasize problem prevention

Limitations of FMEA

•Limited the team members experience


•No action is taken
•Not following the disciplines
•Key product
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•Resource in performing

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Conclusion

Questions and Comments