Synonyms for drbfm or Related words with drbfm
Examples of "drbfm"
The Philosophy of
centers on three concepts:
methodology is now a recognized documented process by SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers)and also by AIAG (Automotive Industry Action Group). SAE J2886
Recommended Practice was published in 2013 and the AIAG
Reference Guide was published in September 2014. Bill Haughey is the chair of both the SAE and AIAG committees to ensure a consistent application of the
process within both documents.
Dr. Tatsuhiko Yoshimura supported the development and usage of
at many companies. He believes companies that implement the usage of
will be a better company. He believes the implementation of
requires discipline and engagement of everyone to the one goal of adding value to the customer by meeting engineering functional requirements and customer expectations.
Dr. Tatsuhiko Yoshimura mentored many people in his methods defined in GD3. Bill Haughey, one of his students, completed an Ebook (published by SAE http://books.sae.org/book-pd251136) "Design Review Based on Failure Modes (
) and Design Review Based on Test Results (DRBTR) Process Guidebook." The book features process step by step details of the methods along with examples. Haughey (http://reliatrain.com) is currently the chair of the SAE J2886
Recommended Practice and the AIAG
Reference Guide committee's.
Methodology was developed by Tatsuhiko Yoshimura, a Quality Expert and a professor at Japan's Kyushu University. Yoshimura knew that design problems occur when changes are made without the proper level of supporting documentation. Using the philosophy of Preventative Measures (Mizenboushi), he created his own philosophy of
The analysis for
is modeled after a linkage between a good design review and FMEA. A comprehensive, well-done FMEA can be considered one of the prerequisites (plus many other preparations sheets defined in the methodology) for a
is implemented when change occurs (design, process, supplier, etc.). The intent of the DRBF is to make these changes visible by discussing them at length, as well as every possible concern for failure that may potentially occur - anything that impacts quality, cost or delivery.
Mr. Yoshimura advises individuals to work to understand the changes as opposed to trivializing them. He also advises that validation testing can help to identify design weaknesses; but, he also states that good discussions held at preliminary design reviews can achieve the same result. The good discussion that Mr. Yoshimura refers to here is also known as
(Design Review Based on Failure Modes).
Design Review Based on Failure Mode (
) is a tool originally developed by the Toyota Motor Corporation. This tool was developed based on the philosophy that design problems occur when changes are made to existing engineering designs that have already been proven successful.
Although initially developed by the military, FMEA methodology is now extensively used in a variety of industries including semiconductor processing, food service, plastics, software, and healthcare. Toyota has taken this one step further with its Design Review Based on Failure Mode (
) approach. The method is now supported by the American Society for Quality which provides detailed guides on applying the method. The standard Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) and Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
The third part of the GD concept. One objective of a good design review is to examine the results of validation testing, making all product weaknesses visible. This examination involves applying another GD concept, Design Review Based on Test Results (DRBTR). When applying DRBTR, we must, wherever possible, observe the product test before, during and after completion. DRBTR looks for the validation (test) engineer to lead the review of a DRBTR review to exam the tested part and look for buds of problems that are about to happen (test failures are evident). DRBTR encourages the designer and test engineer to discuss potential problems (observations) or weaknesses from a cross functional multi-perspective approach, and to share this information. DRBTR has the designer observing actual test pieces and discussing test results in open discussions, such as design reviews. Furthermore, when dissecting test results, one must consider manufacturing variation, test profile and expected quality and reliability targets of the product. This process is defined in detail in Bill Haughey's Ebook (published by SAE http://books.sae.org/book-pd251136) "Design Review Based on Failure Modes (
) and Design Review Based on Test Results (DRBTR) Process Guidebook." The book features process step by step details of the methods along with examples.
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