Some of mankind’s long-held dreams are: being able to fly, immortality, knowing the future. Airplanes offer us a solution to the first wish. “Immortality” is currently becoming a serious subject of research. The future has so far proven to be the toughest element for mankind to control.
FMEA VDA procedural modelread more
FMEA parameter diagramread more
The P diagram (parameter diagram) is used to prepare an FMEA.
FMEA Measure Categoriesread more
The product and process FMEA generates as a major result of the risk minimization "Development-accompanying prevention and detection measures". Practice shows that it can be beneficial for the development process of the FMEA, the FMEA moderator and the experts involved to enter the creative process with defined "measure categories". These structures and standardize the necessary discussions clearly, without restricting the creative part of the work. These structures and standardize the necessary discussions clearly, without restricting the creative part of the work. The contents of the download are a well referred example without any claim to completeness. In terms of content, these must also be concretized in the context of the respective cause-fault relationship.
FMEA for SW Circumferencesread more
Keeping apart the mode of actions of functional networks and signal paths
The Boundary Diagram: Better System and FMEA Design with Block Diagramsread more
The FMEA steps such as defining the scope, developing system structures and functional analyses are more likely to succeed with boundary diagrams. Boundary diagrams are part of the tools of every experienced FMEA moderator.
Block Diagram FMEA Boundary Diagramread more
A boundary diagram represents all the interfaces of a system in the form of a block diagram. It is the useful introduction to aFMEA, as the functions of a system (along with the failures) are implemented on the interfaces.