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ME 515: RISK AND RELIABILITY BASED DESIGN Fall 2010 Term Mondays and Wednesdays 2:00-3:50pm ROG 332 Course Web Site: http://classes.engr.oregonstate.edu/mime/fall2010/me515/ Instructor: Professor Irem Y. Tumer Rogers 408 [email protected] 541-737-6627 Office Hours: Wednesdays 4-6pm ( available by email all the time! ) Learning Outcomes: By the completion of this course, students will be able to: Understand and articulate risk and reliability concepts Apply standard risk & reliability analysis methods to large engineering systems Explore failure and risk databases Formulate a research problem and present findings and research approach Textbook: No textbook is assigned. Reading assignments (RA) will be handed out for selected topics either from published articles or books. Suggested books for reading include: Probabilistic Risk Assessment: Reliability Engineering, Design, and Analysis By Henley and Kumamoto, IEEE Press, 1992. Reliability engineering: Modeling, Prediction, and Optimization By Blischke and Murthy, John Wiley & Sons, 2000. Grading: Design Project 40% (Proposal, RBD, Failure Databases, FMECA, FTA, FFIP, Report) Exam 30% (Individual) Research Project 30% (Research proposal 5%, interim progress report 5%, oral presentation 10%, final report 10%) Reading Assignments ( RA1-RA6 ): Weekly reading assignments will be posted on the web site. You are required to read the assignments every week, as it’ll help follow the lecture content. Note that material in the reading assignment may be included in the exam. Design Project ( DP ): Deliverables (Due Wednesdays) : DP1: Proposal with case study and system description (and presentation) DP2: Reliability measures and reliability block diagrams DP3: List of potential failures, risks from published databases DP4: FMEA results DP5: FTA results DP6: FFIP analysis results DP7: Summary report for case study putting all the results together Case Studies: Oil industry: e.g., Deepwater Horizon accident Automotive industry: e.g., Toyota accident Nuclear industry: e.g., Three mile island accident Space industry: e.g., Challenger shuttle accident
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