January Technical Meeting  - Presentation by Dr. K.A. Krishnamoorthi PhD 1572
January Technical Meeting - Presentation by Dr. K.A. Krishnamoorthi PhD
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Dr. Krishnamoorthi will cover the definition of reliability, how reliability is quantified using probability, and how reliability of equipment or a production line can be calculated from failure data. He will explain the meaning of Mortality Rate, a.k.a.

Hazard Function and explain how it can be calculated and plotted to get the Bathtub Curve. The usefulness of the B-T curve will be explained as to how it reveals the nature of failures of the equipment under study and provides clues to

improving reliability of the equipment.  In addition, Dr. Krish will briefly go over some of the commonly used terms relative to reliability: Exponential Distribution, MTTF, MTBF, Weibull Distribution, Weibull analysis, accelerated testing, reliability apportioning, and others the audience may propose..

About:  
 

Dr. Krish will be completing 40 years of teaching at Bradley at the end of this year, teaching mostly

engineering statistics and quality engineering. Besides teaching, he has provided consulting help to

several area manufacturing companies in improving process quality and product quality using statistical

tools.

Date & Time
Tuesday January 21st, 2020 5:15pm CST
End Date & Time
Tuesday January 21st, 2020 8:00pm CST
Venue
Barrack's Cater Inn
Address
1224 W. Pioneer Parkway
Peoria, Il
Categories
Meeting, Social Event
Host Type
Geographic, Technical
File
An Intro to Reliability Engineering 1 21 2020 ASQ 1211.pptxAn Intro to Reliability Engineering 1 21 2020 ASQ 1211.pptx459 KB
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Date & Time: 01/21/2020 05:15:00 PM CST