RMMR Conference presentationsBelow an overview of the presentations as given at the RMMR conference in Minneapolis July 27-28.
The presentations we have permission to share are included.
Is it New, Unique, or Difficult? – Daniel C. Conrad
Making the most from reliability experiments via multifactor testing – Mark J. Anderson
Risk Management for UPS Systems (Uninterruptible Power Supply) used in Server Farm Infrastructure – Greg Zinkel
Effective Use of FDA’s TPLC Database – Dan O’Leary
Improving Component Reliability and Human Productivity for Offshore Wind Turbines Operations and Maintenance – Yashwant Sinha
Active Condition Monitoring of Wind Turbines – Affan Khan
Systematic Approach to Prioritizing Durability Improvements – Hemant Urdhwareshe
Assessment of Oil Leak Containment Strategies in Refineries in Tropical Countries using Quantitative Risk Assessment and ALARP (As Low as Reasonably Practicable) – M Jamil Khan Nurul Amin
Bayesian Multimodal Models for Risk Analyses of Low-Probability High-Consequence Events – O. Arda Vanli
Transformation Leadership & Lean Strategy – Sean Nobari
Quality and Reliability tools for: capacity planning and costing – Edward Jaeck
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