Reliability, Maintainability and Safety Engineering 6 cr

About the Course

This course focuses on how to measure, design, manage and optimize three important quality elements of products or systems: reliability, maintainability and safety (RMS). After completion of the course, the student shall be able to:

1. describe the role of RMS concepts and measurements in product design, manufacturing and logistics service
2. define explicitly the operational reliability, maintainability and safety of products, processes and logistics systems
3. characterize the main differences of the key RMS measurements in products, manufacturing processes and supply chain systems
4. identify the key activities of a RMS program under the umbrella of supply chain management
5. apply the methods to a practical operational problem or research project in R&D process, manufacturing, logistics and system.
6. explain the significance of Reliability, Maintainability and Safety Engineering from societal and ethical perspectives
7. make a comprehensive assessement of Reliability, Maintainability and Safety for systems

Syllabus

Literature

Application information

Prerequisites

Bachelor Degree in Industrial Engineering or equivalent including a minimum of 15 credits in the basic course for Statistics, Total Quality Management or equivalent.

Selection

University credits

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Application

Start
Conditions
Weeks
Application
Autumn 2020
Normal teaching
202036 - 202045
Time of study: Day-time
Number of participants: 20
Location: Gävle
Application code: HIG-17411
Language: English
Pace: Half-time

*) The online application at antagning.se opens approximately one month before application deadline.

Published by: Veronica Liljeroth Page responsible: Veronica Liljeroth Updated: 2018-03-09
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