FTA: Fault Tree Analysis

Fault Tree structure, Component models, reliability figures, calculations

The Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) was developed about 40 years ago and ever since this method has been successfully used in several different industries. FTA becomes more and more a key analysis method to meet legal requirements, norms, regulations, directives and customer's requests. Especially the trend to "calculate things" to get key figures for comparing variants and to get indications for an optimization process to finally fulfill quantitative requests (like in DIN EN 61508; DIN EN 61511; ISO 26262, EN ISO 13849-1; SIL Level, ASIL) is a stimulus for a profound advanced training in this field.

Content

  • Basics of FTA
    • Basic intent, approach, calculation, results
  • Component model
    • repairable, non-repairable, in service, standby, m out of n, tested
  • Figures for Reliability
    • Constant failure rate, time-dependent failure rate, generic data, object specific data, unreliable data, data sources
  • Calculations
    • Examples based on Isograph and Relex Software
    • Maybe: Example of participants
  • Results
    • Plausibility check
    • Which results to be used and for what shall it be used?

Interest group

  • Employees working in FTA environment
  • Projectmanager in the RAMS environment
  • Employees who want to polish up / deepen their knowledge on FTA

Fields

  • Railway
  • Automotive
  • Plant engineering
  • Energy and process engineering
  • Chemistry

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Dates

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 01.03.2018 - 01.03.2018, München
 29.11.2018 - 29.11.2018, München
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Duration:  1 Day
Time:  09:00 - 17:00 h
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Participants:  3-12
Price:  660,00 €*
Early Bird:  595,00 €*


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