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Gain the experience of your peers to accelerate improvement of your program and career. Improve your product development process, reliability or warranty performance; or your plant uptime or asset performance. Learn about reliability and maintenance engineering practical approaches, skills, and techniques. Join the conversation today.

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  • What Price Reliability?

    What Price Reliability?

    09/04/2021

    What Price Reliability? Abstract Carl and Fred discussing the reliability of the Texas electric grid debacle, and what can be learned from a reliability point of view. Lessons learned from this problem can be applied to other industries. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the cost of reliability in the electric grid. […] The post SOR 642 What Price Reliability? appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • How to Become a Reliability Engineering Consultant

    How to Become a Reliability Engineering Consultant

    05/04/2021

    Becoming a reliability engineering consultant can be a really rewarding career. It may be for you. It may not. If you have any questions, please listen to this podcast. The post SOR 641 How to Become a Reliability Engineering Consultant appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • How Reliable Does My System Need to Be?

    How Reliable Does My System Need to Be?

    02/04/2021

    Setting reliability requirements for your system can be really challenging. But it is still something you need to come up with for your own organization's unique needs. This podcast can't give you the answer, but it might be able to help you work out where you need to get to an answer that works for you. The post SOR 640 How Reliable Does My System Need to Be? appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • Ready to Teach Reliability

    Ready to Teach Reliability

    29/03/2021

    Ready to Teach Reliability Abstract Philip and Fred discussing the general need to be able to teach reliability all the time. Key Points Join Philip and Fred as they discuss teaching reliability at all levels from the short explanations, to presentations, and via courses. Topics include: Be prepared so the learning experience works for the […] The post SOR 639 Ready to Teach Reliability appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • How Much Do You Need to Know About Reliability?

    How Much Do You Need to Know About Reliability?

    26/03/2021

    How Much Do You Need to Know About Reliability? Abstract Philip and Fred discussing Key Points Join Philip and Fred as they discuss Topics include: point 1 point 2 point 3 Enjoy an episode of Speaking of Reliability. Where you can join friends as they discuss reliability topics. Join us as we discuss topics ranging […] The post SOR 638 How Much Do You Need to Know About Reliability? appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • Electrical Power Reliability in Texas

    Electrical Power Reliability in Texas

    22/03/2021

    Electrical Power Reliability in Texas Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing the failures of the electrical grid due to a extreme cold and snow in Texas that was a very rare weather condition in February 2021. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss the failure of the Texas electrical grid in Texas this past […] The post SOR 637 Electrical Power Reliability in Texas appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • ALT Samples and HALT Limits

    ALT Samples and HALT Limits

    19/03/2021

    ALT Samples and HALT Limits Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing two questions from a listener on HALT and ALT. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss two common questions regarding ALT (Accelerated Life Testing) which is to quantify a component or systems time to wear out failure and when do you stop improving […] The post SOR 636 ALT Samples and HALT Limits appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • Backward Blueprinting to Drive Buidling a Plan

    Backward Blueprinting to Drive Buidling a Plan

    15/03/2021

    Backward Blueprinting to Drive Building a Plan Abstract Philip and Fred discussing the idea of getting clear around what you want to have when working on reliability within a product, system, or program. Key Points Join Philip and Fred as they discuss the benefits of understanding the desired outcome of accomplishing a reliability plan. Topics […] The post SOR 635 Backward Blueprinting to Drive Building a Plan appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • The Need for Proper Reliability Plan

    The Need for Proper Reliability Plan

    12/03/2021

    The Need for Proper Reliability Plan Abstract Philip and Fred discussing the difference between a reliability plan and reliability testing. Key Points Join Philip and Fred as they discuss a few fundamentals around creating a reliability plan that adds value. Topics include: Who is going to use the results of each specific tasks? Start with […] The post SOR 634 The Need for Proper Reliability Plan appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • Assessing Reliability Courses

    Assessing Reliability Courses

    08/03/2021

    There are many (so-called) reliability engineering courses out there that can perhaps help you further your career. But which one should you do? Listen to this podcast to learn more! The post SOR 633 Assessing Reliability Courses appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • Statistics and Reliability

    Statistics and Reliability

    05/03/2021

    How doe reliability engineering relate with probability and statistics? If you read a reliability engineering textbook or complete a reliability engineering course, you would think that the only thing reliability engineers do is probability and statistics. But reliability engineering happens at the point of decision. Which may or may not be influenced by a statistical analysis. Want to learn more? Listen to this podcast. The post SOR 632 Statistics and Reliability appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • What to Do to Avoid Outdated Methods

    What to Do to Avoid Outdated Methods

    01/03/2021

    What to Do to Avoid Outdated Methods Abstract This is part two of a discussion Kirk and Fred have over a recent ASQ newsletter with CRE (Certified Reliability Engineer) test sample questions at the end. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss what to do about the perpetuation of many of the misleading […] The post SOR 631 What to Do to Avoid Outdated Methods appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • Why Do We Use Outdated Methods

    Why Do We Use Outdated Methods

    26/02/2021

    Why Do We Use Outdated Methods Abstract This is the first part of two podcast that Kirk and Fred have on a recent ASQ Newsletter with sample CRE (Certified Reliability Engineer) test questions at the end and how outdated and for Kirk how it is perpetuating irrelevant and misleading reliability paradigms Key Points Join Kirk […] The post SOR 630 Why Do We Use Outdated Methods appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • The Problem with Textbooks

    The Problem with Textbooks

    22/02/2021

    Reliability engineering textbooks are full of things that look technical and valuable, but are typically based on outdated concepts and approaches. And this continues to be reinforced by much of the reliability engineering industry to this day. Want to learn more? Check out this podcast. The post SOR 629 The Problem with Textbooks appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • HALT  Activation Energy

    HALT & Activation Energy

    19/02/2021

    HALT & Activation Energy Abstract Carl and Fred discussing a listener-submitted topic about highly accelerated life testing. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the difference between ALT and HALT, what models can be used, and the limitations. Topics include: HALT is intended to find product weaknesses, not a life test HALT will […] The post SOR 628 HALT & Activation Energy appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • Selecting Tools for a Plan

    Selecting Tools for a Plan

    15/02/2021

    Selecting Tools for a Plan Abstract Carl and Fred discussing how to select the tools that will be used in reliability plans. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss what makes for good reliability plans. Topics include: Wrong way: selecting the tools that you have always used, merely because they have been used […] The post SOR 627 Selecting Tools for a Plan appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • The Dangers of Group Think

    The Dangers of Group Think

    12/02/2021

    The Dangers of Group Think Abstract Carl and Fred discussing the dynamics of teams, how they work, and what can go wrong. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the dangers of “group think” when working with teams. Topics include: What is “group think”? If everyone agrees with an idea, maybe somebody is […] The post SOR 626 The Dangers of Group Think appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • Common Sense

    Common Sense

    08/02/2021

    Common Sense Abstract Carl and Fred discussing the role of common sense in reliability engineering and management. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss how faulty thinking that defies common sense can lead us in the wrong direction. Topics include: What is “common sense”? Why is it important? Every failure matters, and should […] The post SOR 625 Common Sense appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • Warranty and Reliability

    Warranty and Reliability

    05/02/2021

    Warranty and Reliability Abstract Chris and Fred discuss what warranty and reliability mean for each other. They sounds like very related topics or ideas. But are they? Listen to this podcast to learn more. Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss warranty and warranty management. Is this different to reliability? What do you […] The post SOR 624 Warranty and Reliability appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

  • 6 Sigma and Reliability

    6 Sigma and Reliability

    01/02/2021

    A lot of people have heard of '6 sigma.' It is an idea or school of thought that focuses on solving problems. So how does it relate to reliability? And what about the statistics stuff that '6 sigma' gets its name from? Want to learn more? Listen to this podcast to learn more! The post SOR 623 6 Sigma and Reliability appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

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