An adaptive approach to Failure Modes and Effects Analysis for Computer-Aided Inspection Planning

Abstract : In robust design, the principle is to improve product quality minimizing the impacts of variations. Variability depends strongly on the set of explicit and implicit decisions taken during product design, selection of methods, processes and resources. This paper presents a new approach to decision making for inspection planning. The proposed approach requirements are then emphasized. As well the necessity of quality management tools integration in decision making is concluded. Literature review highlights that each already existent quality tools satisfies partially these requirements. Among these latter FMEA is considered to be flexible and apt enough to be adapted to CAIP. Despite, improving points to FMEA are discussed and required modifications and future works are then proposed.
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Shirin Mirdamadi, Ali Siadat, Jean-Yves Dantan, Lionel Roucoules. An adaptive approach to Failure Modes and Effects Analysis for Computer-Aided Inspection Planning. IEEM-FMEA, Dec 2012, Hong Kong, China. pp.10. ⟨hal-01203433⟩

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