What’s Wrong With Bent Pin Analysis, And What To Do About It

Bent pin analysis is an important kind of Failure Modes and Effects Analysis that almost always ignores real-world behavior. The somewhat undisciplined nature of this FMEA means there is heavy reliance on human judgment, and given the particularly tedious nature of the task, the results are typically both incomplete and inaccurate. However, carefully defining analysis rules that more realistically reflect real-world events make it possible for a computer to perform a great deal of the task with far more accuracy.

Topics Covered:
  • Capturing data
  • Handling dimensional data by software
  • Completing the input data
  • Computing failure rates for the worksheet
  • Completing the worksheet
  • Performance
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