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Development of Fuzzy Failure mode effect analysis (FFMEA) model for Risk Priority Number (RPN) analysis

@inproceedings{Kharola2014DevelopmentOF,
  title={Development of Fuzzy Failure mode effect analysis (FFMEA) model for Risk Priority Number (RPN) analysis},
  author={Ashwani Kharola and Sb Singh},
  year={2014}
}
Failure mode effect analysis (FMEA) is one of the well known and widely used technique of Quality Management. The purpose of FMEA is to examine failure modes in different products, designs, business processes/services. Traditional FMEA technique involves the determination of Risk Priority Number (RPN) which was obtained by multiplication of three risk factors i.e. Occurrence (O), Severity (S) and Detection (D). In this study we have treated the risk factors as fuzzy variables and evaluate them… 

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