- 9th April 2020
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- 15th September 2020
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- 23rd August 2022
10:55 pm - 11:55 pm
- 11th October 2022
- 20th December 2022
Fault Tree Analysis is a top down, deductive failure analysis that identifies combinations of events that would lead to an undesired system event. This technique is mainly used in safety and reliability engineering to understand how systems can fail, to identify the best ways to reduce risk and quantify the probability of undesired events.
This 1-day course covers the fundamentals of Fault Tree Analysis with the following aims:
- Familiarise delegates with Fault Tree Analysis principles (terminology, process, symbols).
- To equip delegates with the skills to construct a basic fault tree.
- To enable delegates to evaluate basic fault trees numerically.
Who Should Attend?
This course is intended as an introduction to the subject for anybody required to construct, evaluate and critique fault trees.
The course does not assume any prior knowledge on the subject of Reliability or Safety Engineering, with fundamental concepts and terminology being introduced.
The course commences at 9:00am and finishes at approximately 5:00pm.
£525, including lunch and refreshments.
Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.
23 August 2022
20 December 2022
11 October 2022
Online Training Option
An online course is also available as an alternative to classroom-based tuition.
Registration / Further Information
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We can also run this course on a date of your choosing or as a bespoke course. Please let us know if you are interested in this option.
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CambridgeChurch Farm Barn 15 High Street Longstanton Cambridge CB24 3BP
Course Topics Include:
- Background to Fault Tree Analysis
- Purpose of FTA
- Symbols and Definitions
- Fault Tree Analysis Process
- Fault Tree Construction
- Boolean Logic
- Top Event Definition
- Construction Guidelines
- Fault Tree Evaluation
- Cut Sets
- Basic Probability Theory
- Performing Probability Calculations for AND/OR gates with up to 3 events
- Additional Considerations