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Application of Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) of a Ceramic Manufacturing Plant Submitted by: Ahmed abdelwahd khamis Ahmed hussein Mohamed Mahmoud mostafa zaki Ashraf saad abdelwahab Ahmed abdelmoniem Submitted to : DR/ Mohamed fahmy
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Abstract Failure mode and effect analysis-FMEA of a ceramic tiles manufacturing plant has been applied. The risk priority number (RPN) for the prioritization of failure modes of ceramic tiles was calculated. The proposed techniques for failure analysis will help to understand the failure behavior of component(s) in the production process and to adapt suitable management practices to improve the performance and the quality of the ceramic tiles.
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process flow of ceramics tiles production line
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Process FMEA Process Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (PFMEA) used to analyze production processes and product assembly. The objective of a PFMEA is to look for all the ways a process or product can fail. This analysis includes all the phases of production, machinery, operators and controlling instruments, production materials and working environment. The relative risk of a failure and its effects is determined by tree factors: ♦ Severity (S): the consequence of the failure should it occur ♦ Occurrence (O): the probability or frequency of the failure occurring ♦ Detection (D): the probability of the failure being detected before the impact of the effect is realized
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Process FMEA
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  • Spring '16
  • Failure mode and effects analysis, ceramic tile, Risk Priority Number, Ceramic Manufacturing Plant

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