Course 2: Learn How to Perform FMEA

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis also known as FMEA is a subjective screening tool that uses numerical assignments to determine the risk associated with each failure mode. This is usually performed at the time of product design, the design engineer conducts an analysis to identify all possible failure modes that a product may have during design, manufacturing, assembly, and duration of its application.

In this course, we will have a brief look at the process of performing Failure Mode and Effects Analysis

List of Course Content

  1. Introduction
  2. What is Failure Mode and Effects Analysis?
  3. Types of Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
    1. Design FMEA
    2. Process FMEA
  4. When to use Failure Mode and Effects Analysis?
  5. How to make Failure Mode and Effects Analysis?
  6. Benefits of Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
  7. Solved Example

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