The JIP organizes training sessions to ensure that both new and current Participants are familiar with reliability concepts and project analysis tools. Training sessions cover:
The project overview includes a quick history of the project, the value capture for Participants, project standards, and data collection and qualification processes.
Reliability and Run-Life Measures
Reliability theory and run-life measures are introduced, along with examples highlighting important concepts.
The Nomenclature Standard is covered using examples of situations that highlight common failures and how to select values for important failure parameters.
An overview of the RIFTS website is provided, covering the project documents, the discussion forums, the languages options and the analysis features.
A large portion of the training session is dedicated to learning how to perform reliability analysis. Initially, simple exercises are covered and then more advanced Drill-Down-Analyses and Benchmarking analyses are performed.
Data Input Sheet (DIS)
An overview of the DIS is provided, along with hands-on training showing how to upload and update data, perform reliability analyses and generate reports.