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What do you see in a 'Probability' Plot?
Some of you might have heard about probability plots … like Weibull plots. Some of you might not. A Weibull plot is a really useful way of quickly ‘looking’ at data and being able to ‘see’ really useful things. This could be seeing that the rate of failure of a system is decreasing over time … which usually means there are manufacturing defects. It could be seeing that that the rate of failure of a system is increasing over time … which means the system is accumulating damage or wearing out. And lots of other things. So let’s look at a different sort of ‘probability’ plot … and see what we can work out from it. And that means working out what we need to do to improve reliability. Join this webinar if you want to learn how to see really useful things in lines that you might not have appreciated in the past.

Aug 23, 2022 08:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Chris Jackson
Reliability Engineering and Management Consultant @Acuitas Ltd and Accendo Reliability
Chris Jackson can help you with a range of reliability engineering issues and problems. Chris has a PhD in Reliability Engineering and has been the Director of UCLA’s Center for Reliability and Resilience Engineering (CRRE) … so he can help you with the higher-level theory of reliability probability, modeling and statistics. He was an officer in the Australian Army where he (amongst other things) led hundreds of engineers and technicians to support multi-million dollar fleets of equipment … so he knows how the operational management side works. He has also consulted to many clients for many different issues … so he knows about organizational reliability management issues.