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You have 3 levels.
Effect of failure > Failure itself > Cause of failure
FMEA-s and control plans are created from the second level.
If I have a product characteristic, it is displayed in the FMEA and in the Control Plan, because it is in the 2nd level.
If I have a process characteristic, it is on the 3rd level and not in the FMEA, only in the Control Plan.
I kind of have to create a duplicate entry if I want to have this process parameter handled in FMEA and also in the Control Plan.
The process characteristic is only relevant for FMEA if a potential problem will lead to a failure. The potential problems are causes from the viewpoint of FMEA.
There is a display option „Context information for causes and effects – Function/characteristics“ which will show the process characteristic in the cause column.
Given that you have linked the product characteristics and process characteristics in a function net it ist possible to use the functionality „Connect effects/causes from function net“ in the failure net editor.
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