Lifetime assessment is crucial in operation of most mechanical and civil constructions. Lifetime assessment help us to plan maintenance and repair, avoid failure and minimise lost turnovers.
The objectives of reliability engineering are as follows:
- To apply engineering knowledge and specialist techniques to prevent or to reduce the likelihood or frequency of failures.
- To identify and correct the causes of failures that do occur despite the efforts to prevent them.
- To determine ways of coping with failures that do occur, if their causes have not been corrected.
- To apply methods for estimating the likely reliability of new designs, and for analysing reliability data.
The reason for the priority emphasis is that it is by far the most effective way of working, in terms of minimizing costs and generating reliable products. The primary skills that are required, therefore, are the ability to understand and anticipate the possible causes of failures, and knowledge of how to prevent them. It is also necessary to have knowledge of the methods that can be used for analysing designs and data.
We offer different forms of lifetime assessments, and depending on the background for your wanting a lifetime assessment, we may help you in different ways.