What is Weibull Analysis?
Weibull Analysis is a statistical analysis that is used to determine reliability characteristics and trends from field and/or test failure data. It allows decisions to be made based on a limited amount of data. The Weibull distribution can be fit to datasets exhibiting an increasing, decreasing, or constant failure rate, a unique factor that separates it from other statistical distributions.
Results for a two-parameter Weibull Analysis provide estimates of an improving/degrading reliability trends and the characteristic life.
What’s the payoff?
Analysis results can be used to:
- Determine warranty periods
- Develop maintenance schedules
- Determine spare parts inventory
- Identify manufacturing issues
- Reveal competing failure modes
- Differentiate items used under different operations, conditions
How can Quanterion Solutions help?
- Perform Weibull, WeiBayes or Dauser shift analyses to characterize the reliability of your products
- Develop custom software tools to automate Weibull analysis of the data in your databases
- Define corrective actions for problems identified as the result of Weibull, WeiBayes and other forms of reliability analyses
- Develop corrective action tracking systems
- Help develop data collection processes and systems so that the right data is available for analysis and decision making
- Provide training in Weibull analysis techniques
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