The experience that is gained from performing a multitude of analysis activities over the course of decades has allowed Quanterion to apply its in-depth understanding of specific processes, including the identification of specific tasks that can be simplified and/or automated to reduce the necessary time and resources for such processes. Quanterion has developed a collection of software tools to provide the desired simplification, while also incorporating additional insights, rules of thumb and numerous other practical application tips.
Quanterion offers a variety of affordable software tools to improve the productivity of your organization.
217Plus™:2015 is the latest iteration of the popular electronic reliability prediction tool that includes several new and updated models in addition to a number of enhanced capabilities.
The Warranty Calculator planning and analysis tool provides automated calculations and comparisons for ten different warranty types in common use. The tool also includes data, information and references that provide further guidance for over 30 additional warranty types.
This MS Excel®-based spreadsheet spreadsheet tool determines if a design satisfies the derating requirements of NAVSEA SD-18 Part Requirement and Application Guide based on part-type ID, rating and application data.
Quanterion Solutions’ Stress-Derating Spreadsheet Calculator – ECSS-Q-ST-30-11CR1 Revision 3 Derating Standard is an Excel®-based software tool that allows the user to easily determine if a design is in compliance with the derating guidelines presented in the European Cooperation for Space Standardization document.
QuART is an automated version of the popular Reliability “Toolkit” series that includes a number of analysis tools from predictions and design analyses to test planning and statistical analysis of failure data.
Evaluate your organization’s reliability program by walking through Quanterion’s RASTER tool, a free online resources that provides recommendations to improve your approach to reliability.
This product is intended to be an aid to the decision-making process that can be used to justify (or not) the upfront financial investment needed to perform root cause failure analysis and CA for specific failure incidents and compare them to the savings that may be achieved over the long term by virtue of the improved reliability of the system, product, assembly, component, part or process.
The Optimized Reliability Requirements and Cost Analysis (OR2CA) tool presents a methodology that develops contractual reliability requirements that are fully aligned with stated End-User Operational Reliability needs and expectations based on all of the categories of root failure cause that contribute to potential mission loss or degradation.
This MS Excel Workbook supports the paper/presentation entitled “Weibays Testing: What is the Impact if Assumed Beta is Incorrect?” by David Nicholls and Paul Lein of Quanterion Solutions Incorporated, and presented at the 2009 Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium, 26-30 January 2009 in Fort Worth, TX. The paper/presentation and the spreadsheet are limited in scope to Weibays zero-failure and sudden-death test plans.