World Class Reliability

World Class Reliability

Using Multiple Environment Overstress Tests to Make It Happen

eBook - 2004
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Used in aerospace and other industries where product reliability is critical, the MEOST process (multiple environment overstress testing) enables designers to simulate a lifetime of real-world conditions in a matter of hours. This guide explains how to set up a MEOST program that will subject any new product to a number of extreme conditions, thereby revealing weak points in design and manufacture. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Blackwell North Amer
Product excellence is no longer enough to sustain market dominance. Manufacturers in every industry have long known that there is simply no competitive advantage in mediocre offerings, so these days every assembly line is a model of consistency and a guarantor of well-crafted products.
But what happens after your product goes out the door? Does its quality last? Is reliability built in, and can the product withstand years of use, misuse, abuse, and torturous conditions?
World Class Reliability gives you a proven methodology for replicating a lifetime of wear and tear in a tiny fraction of the time, under completely controlled conditions. This authoritative guide to best reliability practices shows you how to upgrade or replace your current reliability program with a comprehensive testing program known as Multiple Environment Overstress Testing, or MEOST.

Publisher: New York : American Management Association, ©2004
ISBN: 9780814407929
0814407927
9780814427996
0814427995
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xix, 218 pages) : illustrations
Additional Contributors: Bhote, Adi K.

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