Predicting Product Reliability: A Case Study | Technically Speaking | JMP

Product reliability is generally defined as the probability that a product or system adequately performs its function for a specified period under specified conditions.

In any manufacturing endeavor, the ability to understand the drivers of product reliability and predict the lifetime of products and components can play a significant role in business success.

In this webinar, Jerry Fish shares core reliability analysis techniques and best practices by walking through a hypothetical case study based on hard drive reliability. Register to learn about:

  • How to prepare a data set for reliability analysis, from data retrieval to formatting.
  • The process for estimating failure rates of different types of hard drives.
  • How to use reliability block diagrams to estimate the failure rate of a server containing multiple hard drives, each with a unique reliability profile.

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