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For these reasons it is desirable to place on the market a product or service that is not defective, and for that purpose in the This paper presents the analysis of failure modes and potential effects (FMEA) as a useful procedure to increase the reliability and seek solutions to problems that may present the products and processes before they occur. What is then the FMEA? Simply the FMEA is a technique that ensures that the resulting product design and manufacturing processes and assembly meets the needs and expectations of the customer. This will support not only the quality control, but to continuously improve the process. If identified potential failure modes should initiate improvement actions to eliminate the causes or the occurrence is diminished in the process. A process FMEA is a technique that: a) Evaluate the effects of potential failure of product-related process. b) Identify potential failure modes related to the product process. c) detects potential causes of manufacture or assembly.

d) Identify important process variables. e) provide for measures to improve the process. f) Focus controls prevention or detection of fault conditions. FMEA Objectives: Analyze the implications and failures that can affect a product or system. Identify failure modes that have important implications with regard to different criteria: availability, security … Specify for each failure mode has provided detection means (detectors, testing or inspection). To highlight the common mode failures What are the benefits of FMEA? Moreno tells us that the elimination of potential failure modes has benefits both short and long term.

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