Fault tree analysis is a deductive (top-down) procedure according to DIN 25424 to determine the reliability of safety-critical systems. The fault tree is a graphic depiction of the logical connections from the top event to the independent basic events.
FTA fault tree analysis part Iread more
FMEA robustness toolsread more
Ishikawa diagramread more
The Ishikawa diagram(orcause & effect diagram) was developed in 1943 by Kaoru Ishikawa.
Design Review Based on Failure Moderead more
Changes to current series production often have high and underestimated risks. FMEA is the defining tool for anticipating potential malfunctions and their consequences in the development process. Does this also apply to easily "manageable" design changes?
Requirement Management and FMEAread more
How they work together!
Allocating prevention and detection controls to an evaluationread more
by Winfried Dietz (Dietz Consultants) FMEA evaluations: Discussing severity, occurrence, detection effectively in team meetings and taking decisions. The core of risk analysis (5th Step of the VDA/AIAG FMEA Handbook 2019) is the application of evaluation tables to risk assessment. The conceptual models for FMEA evaluation are presented below.