This webinar covers the use of Monte Carlo simulation in engineering applications. The applications are numerous, including tolerance stack-up, process variation, stochastic process, safety risk analysis, and much more. We focus on design and process variation as frequent causes of quality and reliability problems. Several engineering models are discussed with an @RISK case study of Stress-Strength reliability calculations.
Presenter Andre Kleyner has 30 years of engineering, research, consulting, and managerial experience specializing in reliability of electronic and mechanical systems designed to operate in severe environments. He received the doctorate in Mechanical Engineering from University of Maryland, and Master of Business Administration from Ball State University. Dr. Kleyner is Global Reliability Engineering Leader with Delphi Electronics & Safety and an adjunct professor at Purdue University. He is an ASQ Fellow, a CRE, CQE, and Six Sigma Black Belt. He also holds several US and foreign patents and authored multiple professional publications including three books on the topics of reliability, statistics, warranty management, and lifecycle cost analysis. Andre Kleyner is also the editor of the Wiley book Series in Quality and Reliability Engineering published by John Wiley & Sons.