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Failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA)

Project: GKDC Date: 3rd August, 2017

FMEA Team: Blitzkreig Genesis Prepared by: Faizal Syed

SEV = How severe is effect on the customer?


OCC = How frequent is the cause likely to occur?
DET = How probable is detection of cause?
RPN = Risk priority number in order to rank concerns; calculated as SEV x OCC x DET
N N N N
e e e e
S O D R w w w w
Actions Responsibility (target
Process step Potential failure mode Potential failure effects E Potential causes C Current process controls E P Actions taken
recommended date)
V C T N S O D R
E C E P
V C T N

What are the actions


for reducing the
occurrence of the Who is responsible for What were the actions
What are the existing controls that
What is the impact on the What causes the step to go cause or for improving the recommended implemented? Include
In what ways can the step either prevent the failure mode
What is the step? customer if the failure mode is 10 wrong? (i.e., How could the 10 10 1000 its detection? You action? What date completion month/year 10 10 10 1000
go wrong? from occurring or detect it should it
not prevented or corrected? failure mode occur?) should provide actions should it be completed (then recalculate resulting
occur?
on all high RPNs and by? RPN).
on severity ratings of 9
or 10.

Pranav Agrawal was


responsible for the Discover 125 Engine was
Revving engine at high RPMs Engine with high
Engine will turn off and the recommended action to chosen such that the heat
at small Gears and running the Proper Space is provided for the surface area is
Engine Overheating customer needs to wait until 5 5 3 75 select an engine with dssipation is appreciable 4 4 2 32
vehicle for a prolonged time in heat to dissipate selected with air cooled
the engine is cooled. proper heat dissipation and appropriate firewall
high temperature Environment system
and cooling system by height is installed
21st April

Engine Failure

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