When you Adopt Non-conventional Reliability Metric (当你采用自定义的可靠性度量)

Wendai Wang

Dr. Wendai Wang has more than 20 years industry and research experience in reliability engineering. He received his B.S. and M.S. from Shanghai Jiaotong University and his Ph.D. from the University of Arizona. He is currently a reliability manager at GreenVolts, Inc., an integrated system developer of scalable, reliable, high performance Concentrating Photovoltaic (CPV) solutions. Prior to ...read more



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Most commercial enterprises want some meaningful but simple metrics to measure, track and report part / product reliability, which link well to their business and/or engineering processes. An internal reliability measurement may sometimes be "defined" for that purposes. However, without careful consideration initially, the adopted non-conventional reliability metric may be lack of scientific sense, causing a lot of confusion and misunderstanding in calculation, reporting and communication. This talk presents you a case study and a good lesson learned.

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