Reliability analyzes using globally accepted standards

To ensure a positive customer experience, it is necessary to quantify whether product performance, under anticipated conditions, will match the established goals in accordance with industry standards or organizational objectives. Windchill Prediction provides a comprehensive, easy to- use tool to estimate system Reliability and MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures).

Reliability engineering analysis begins early in the system design process, before a prototype system is even built. Furthermore, It may be quite challenging to perform reliability evaluation and analysis of systems. But by allowing you to assess reliability metrics early in the design process using Windchill Prediction, you can identify the leading contributors to system failure. As well as measuring the impact of environment and system stress.  With an intuitive interface, including extensive parts libraries and convenient import wizards, users are supported to maintain full compliance with industry-standard models.

Reliability Prediction is used to analyze and predict the failure rate of a system over time and under various operating conditions. Windchill Prediction uses extensive industry sources, known as reliability prediction standards, to calculate the failure rate of a system from the failure rates of its component parts.

Time and Collaboration

Import BOM from PLM, ERP or any other business critical system. Or on the contrary, export your results to famous formats such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, XML and many more. Build company-specific parts and assemblies libraries or use the out of the box parts libraries to reduce time for calculating failure rates on components used most frequently.

Supported calculations

  • Failure Rate
  • MTBF
  • Availability
  • User-defined
  • Reliability
  • MTTR
  • Mission Profile Results

Included Globally Accepted Prediction Standards

  • FIDES Guide 2009 and earlier
  • MIL-HDBK-217F
  • 217Plus
  • IEC TR 62380
  • NSWC Mechanical
  • Siemens SN29500
  • Chinese GJB/z 299C
  • HRD5
  • Telcordia
  • PRISM
  • RDF 2000

Reliability analyzes using globally accepted standards

To ensure a positive customer experience, it is necessary to quantify whether product performance, under anticipated conditions, will match the established goals in accordance with industry standards or organizational objectives. Windchill Prediction provides a comprehensive, easy to- use tool to estimate system Reliability and MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures).

Reliability engineering analysis begins early in the system design process, before a prototype system is even built. Furthermore, It may be quite challenging to perform reliability evaluation and analysis of systems. But by allowing you to assess reliability metrics early in the design process using Windchill Prediction, you can identify the leading contributors to system failure. As well as measuring the impact of environment and system stress.  With an intuitive interface, including extensive parts libraries and convenient import wizards, users are supported to maintain full compliance with industry-standard models.

Reliability Prediction is used to analyze and predict the failure rate of a system over time and under various operating conditions. Windchill Prediction uses extensive industry sources, known as reliability prediction standards, to calculate the failure rate of a system from the failure rates of its component parts.

Time and Collaboration

Import BOM from PLM, ERP or any other business critical system. Or on the contrary, export your results to famous formats such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, XML and many more. Build company-specific parts and assemblies libraries or use the out of the box parts libraries to reduce time for calculating failure rates on components used most frequently.

Supported calculations

  • Failure Rate
  • MTBF
  • Availability
  • User-defined
  • Reliability
  • MTTR
  • Mission Profile Results

Included Globally Accepted Prediction Standards

  • FIDES Guide 2009 and earlier
  • MIL-HDBK-217F
  • 217Plus
  • IEC TR 62380
  • NSWC Mechanical
  • Siemens SN29500
  • Chinese GJB/z 299C
  • HRD5
  • Telcordia
  • PRISM
  • RDF 2000

Supported Standards

  • MIL-STD-1629A
  • BS5760
  • SAE ARP5580
  • SAE J1739
  • FMD-97
  • HAZOP
  • AIAG
  • IEC 61508
  • IEC 60812