We are going to discuss three of them; Reliability Block Diagram (RBD), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).
What does RBD stand for?
RBD stands for Reliability Block Diagram
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- Refined, Bleached and Deodorized (cooking oils)
- Regional Business Development (various organizations)
- Regional Business Director (various locations)
- Registry of Births and Deaths
- Reichsbahndirektion (German)
- Reliability Based Decoding
- Reliability Based Design (engineering)
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His topics are understanding random events, failure as the triumph of stress over strength, reliability and safety, failure modes and effects analysis, fault tree analysis, reliability block diagrams, Markov modeling, diagnostics, common cause, software reliability, modeling detail, constructing reliability and safety models, system architectures, safety instrumented systems, and lifecycle costing.
A reliability block diagram is a graphical representation of how the components and subsystems of a system are 'reliability-wise' connected.
Relex Reliability Studio tools include Reliability Prediction, Reliability Block Diagram (RBD), Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Fault Tree, Weibull, Markov, Life Cycle Cost (LCC), Human Factors Risk Analysis, Maintainability Prediction, Optimization and Simulation (OpSim), and Failure Reporting, Analysis, and Corrective Action System (FRACAS).
Basic reliability model of such systems has usually the form of series system when expressed by conventional reliability block diagram.
3 Dynamic Reliability Block Diagrams Dynamic reliability block diagrams (DRBD) was proposed based on an extension of the extending the existing reliability block diagrams formalism (Distefano & Xing, 2006).
The majority of reliability modelling approaches is based on statistical methods such as reliability block diagrams and fault trees.