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  • Quote Mr. Dr. Alexander Schloske:

    „I agree with you. Thank you for your information! From my point of view, it was more understandable before the errata sheet :-(.“

    als Antwort auf: Availability of modified evaluation tables? #29638

    Quote Mr. Dr. Alexander Schloske:

    „Dear Chad, the modified evaluation tables will be available for download (in German). Hope to see you next year again. Stay healthy. Best Regards Alexander“

    Quote Mr. Dr. Alexander Schloske:

    „From my point of view, there is a difference between known design and mature design. Known design means, that we know the design, but does not mean, that it is an approved design in the field. Mature design means, that it is an approved design in the field.“

    „see comment above“ (for second question)

    Quote Mr. Dr. Alexander Schloske:

    „I agree with you“

    Quote Mr. Dr. Alexander Schloske:

    „From my point of view, the evaluation tables differentiate a bit more (my explanation is based on the German evaluation tables):
    O = 8-10 describes the “First use of design”. This means, I have no experience with that technology, material or application in my company. This includes also a known design according to the state of art, which I use the first time in my company.

    O=6-7 describes a “New design” or “Similar design”. This means, my company develops a new or similar product based on experience with that technology, material or application.“

    Quote Mr. Dr. Alexander Schloske:

    „I agree with you, but I orientated my interpretation on the AIAG/VDA-tables, which have another point of view. I think, our problem with the new evaluation tables is, that we want to reduce the values towards D=1. But if we consider the evaluation tables in context with the action priority tables, a detection of D=4 is also with the severity of S=10 a low priority in the green area. We are no more talking about probabilities – instead we are discussing, if we have chosen the right testing strategy.“

    Quote Mr. Dr. Alexander Schloske:

    „I agree with you“

    Quote Mr. Dr. Alexander Schloske:

    „From my point of view, I would evaluate this procedure with a detection of D=4 (OK-NOK test). I think, our problem with the new evaluation tables is, that we want to reduce the values towards D=1. But if we consider the evaluation tables in context with the action priority tables, a detection of D=4 is also with the severity of S=10 a low priority in the green area. We are no more talking about probabilities – instead we are discussing, if we have chosen the right testing strategy.“

    als Antwort auf: Interpretation der Bewertungstabellen #29630

    Zitat Hr. Dr. Alexander Schloske:

    „Gerne – siehe Anhang – Tabellen enthalten Änderungen aus den Errata sheets“

    http://www.apis.de/pub/customerservice/VDA-AIAG-Bewertungs-Tabellen_D-P-FMEA_Original_und_Interpretation_FhG-IPA_2020-10-11 – inklusive errata sheet.zip

    als Antwort auf: Dual Matrix #29629

    Quote of Mr. Landschoof:

    „I am pleased that you enjoyed my presentation.
    With the double matrix one has the possibility to present an evaluation without influence of the discovery D (thus only SxO matrix) and with influence of the discovery D according to AIAG / VDA 2019. Of course all intermediate forms, e.g. only a minimal E influence, are also possible. I am sure that based on your current evaluation you can generate a double matrix where the discovery E also influences the technical risk.
    I am convinced that the inclusion of E makes sense.

    W.-R. Landschoof“

    als Antwort auf: Assistant rules #29628

    Quote Mr. Chad Johnson:

    „Hello Imen.

    Please send me your email contact to Chad.Johnson@apis-iq.com regarding your desire to have a Filter/Assistant rule for the old FMEAs with Preventive/Detection Action = None and the O/D is not equal 10.

    I will be happy to help you achieve this goal! -Chad“

    als Antwort auf: Mechatronic-FMEA –> FMEA-MSR? Reducing S only when M=1? #29627

    Quote Mr. Chad Johnson:

    „Alexander, I appreciate your detailed comments on the presentation and welcome any further thoughts, comments, or suggestions as we forge our way into this “brave new world” of MSR! Please feel free to reach out to me directly at Chad.Johnson@apis-iq.com

    Your question: “Does the FMEA-MSR completely replace the previous mechatronic FMEA?” is a good question. I think this has not been fully determined yet. The “mechatronic FMEA” was never really a formal entity with AIAG or VDA, and as such it does not have a solid reference point. The only thing was that it began the use of the mechatronic objects (error detection, response, and operating conditions), but not a great way to display them outside of the failure nets. I think the end result (just my opinion), is that the MSR-FMEA will ultimately replace the Mechatronic-FMEA.

    Your statement: “In my opinion, the FMEA-MSR instructions in the AIAG / VDA manual are not yet fully developed and in some cases are still incorrectly described.” I completely agree. This was definitely an intention of mine in the presentation to show where things remain unclear. It was not a very clear set of requirements to build this MSR content in the IQ-Software. The IQ-Software developers did an outstanding job of putting this concept to the test. As practitioners and engineers, we must now flush out the bugs in the logic and rules. – Chad“

    als Antwort auf: Bausteine erstellen #29626

    Zitat Herr Hannes Fuchs:

    „Nein, derzeit gibt es noch kein Tutorial.“

    als Antwort auf: Report exportieren nach z.B. PowerPoint #29625

    Zitat Herr Hannes Fuchs:

    „Man kann einen Management-Report auf jeden Fall (bevorzugt als PDF) drucken (siehe angehängter Screenshot).
    Im gleichen Menü findet man auch den Befehl „Tabelle exportieren“. Das ist dann ein Export im HTML-Format.“

     

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