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 PM ANALYSIS for conducting Root Cause Failure Analysis on Equipment and Processes
Date

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Location

 Kuala Lumpur

Fees

 RM 1790  

Introduction

 PM Analysis relies on investigational method based upon physical principles of sciences, causes and effect analysis, interaction of physical elements, part function, mean life of components and their characteristics under varying determinant conditions. Physical Root Search model is also used to advance the methodology. Using the PM Analysis approach provides the basis for an in-depth analysis of the heart of the problem based on operating principles of equipment and constituents of processes. Identifying the features or the deteriorating physical function requires a discerning mind using a scientific investigational approach. Phenomena Mechanism Analysis helps the engineers to systematically map the many physical elements for survey of abnormalities and physical roots analysis.

Content
 What Is PM Analysis PM Analysis is a tool for the technical personnel to develop a better understanding of the conditions, factors and the interacting elements of machining and processes. It provides a sound basis to conduct a physical analysis of a problem using logical and systematic approach. It is used in situation where the conventional problem solving approach is inadequate to deal with the technical issues of processing of production materials and operating principles of machine and mechanism. P-M Analysis (known as Phenomena-Mechanism-Analysis) approach allows a problem to be seen in their true interacting elements. With these firmly established, the analyst will be able to proceed to identify what physical variations have been affected and what change effect takes place. In this way, the problem can be stated clearly in their true and specific from rather than the usual general expression of the problem from the conventional approach. The course's 8 steps approach requires the instructor's experiential problem solving know-how to add interest and increase learning effectiveness. In this way the participants can benefit by linking what they know about problem solving in general to the technical PM Analysis approach. The instructor will also explain the relationship of the PM Analysis to the traditional 5 why questioning technique and how each can be applied in special situation. The instruction will use equipment and process failure model that the participants can relate to and apply to their own contexts. The PM Analysis course includes the highly valuable contribution from the instructor on Function Attribute Analysis and Physical Roots Search Model.
General Information

 What The Participants Will Learn 1. Avoid Flawed Analysis in solving technical problem using the conventional method. 2. Strengthening the analyst's approach to structure the problem definition precisely. 3. Develop physical analytical skill based on investigational scientific method 4. Learn to identify physical causal conditions that produce the phenomena of the problem. 5. Establish the causal factors in the cause and effect chain. 6. Learn to distinguish the different type of causal factors and the type of measures appropriate to reduce, eliminate or prevent their recurrence of an undesirable effect. 7. Learn to apply the Contact Diagram Model to examine both operating and process principles. 8. Learn how to apply the Function Attribute Analysis and Physical Roots Search Model.

   
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