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Asset Lifecycle Information Management

A Proactive Lifecycle Approach to Design for Reliability

Industrial leadership struggles with the cost of ownership and overall reliability of assets and systems over their lifecycle. Proactively addressing the dominant failure modes during the early stages of the design phase reduces lifecycle costs the most.

In this webinar, our panel will:

  • Describe the business and technical aspects of Design for Reliability (DfR):
    • Review the goal of reliability engineering design
    • Business case for DfR
    • Technical case for DfR
    • Activities Performed in DfR
    • System modeling and simulations process for greenfield (new) & brownfield (old) plants
  • Discuss the benefits of these approaches (roundtable discussion)

This is the second of a 3-part series. To view the other two, visit:

Part 1 - Continuous Improvement Using Industrial Reliability Principles

Part 3 - Improving Equipment Reliability - 7 Steps for Implementing a Reliability-Centered Maintenance Strategy