Browse Publications Technical Papers 2009-01-0561
2009-04-20

Reliability Verification: Plan, Execution, and Analysis 2009-01-0561

A generic product development process is usually involved with four Phases [1]: 1. Define Requirements, 2. Select Design Concepts, 3. Optimize Design, and 4. Verify Design. Reliability Verification is an integral part of “Verify Design”, and therefore, plays a critical role in product development. This paper discusses three stages in Reliability Verification:
  • Reliability Verification Plan
  • Reliability Verification Execution
  • Reliability Verification Analysis
Most of the elements discussed here were introduced in other literatures. This paper integrates the major elements together and provides an educational overview. It may serve as a quick reference guide for the engineers in industries where reliability verification is required.

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