Equipment Failure Analysis and Prevention :

Equipment Failure Analysis and Prevention :



Upon completion of this course, participants will gain an understanding of structured, results-oriented hands-on root cause failure analysis methods for all types of equipment components and entire operating systems. Participants will also learn how parts fail, why they fail in a given mode, and how to prevent failures. Participants will recognize the practical use of Reliability Engineering principles as they pertain to process plant equipment maintenance: Participants will gain an understanding of the importance of equipment failure and/or repair data collecting. They will learn to apply statistical techniques for the analysis of this data enabling them to formulate maintenance and operating strategies designed to increase their plant equipment availability. Participants will understand maintenance cost saving Failure Mode and Effect Analyses (FMEA) and understand the principles of Fault Tree Analysis (FTA). Everyone will leave with several techniques that they could apply immediately to improve equipment maintenance, operating, commissioning, installation and purchase of their machinery.



This is a highly practical course for maintenance and technical services engineers, supervisors and technicians involved in equipment operation and troubleshooting. Personnel from all process industries (refining, petrochemical, power generation, chemical, mining, pharmaceutical, fertilizer, and food processing) involved in reliability programs will benefit.



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