Engineers, technicians, specialists from the areas of development, testing, construction, research and quality assurance.
Life data from tests, field data from the warranty period and field data in general can exist in different forms and data quality. Numerous practical exercises are used in the seminar to show how Weibull analyses can be carried out and interpreted for different data structures independently and with the help of Minitab software. The analytical methods for the analysis of complete and censored datasets are covered. The focus of the seminar is the shape and quality of data-dependent, application-oriented selection of appropriate evaluation methods.
The training fee is 1,400.00 EUR excl. VAT.
Various exercises provide an opportunity to apply and expand the knowledge learned practically. Several different applications are analyzed and the results interpreted together. Issues include:
There are no prerequisites for this topic.
Each participant must have a laptop with the following software: Microsoft Excel, Adobe Reader and Minitab (from Version R15). A demo version of the Minitab software can be downloaded from www.minitab.com.
The training will end in all cases with a certificate of participation.
The training will be held in the Stuttgart area. We will inform you about the exact location after the registration.
It will be held either in
Parkhotel Stuttgart Messe-Airport
Filderbahnstraße 270771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen
Reliability Engineering Academy
Tilsiter Str. 371065 Sindelfingen
We also offer all our seminars and trainings as an in-house event.
Should you so wish, we can put together a time and content tailored coaching concept for you after completion of the training.
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