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American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

    Space Systems: Risk Analysis and Management

    Member Price: $99   $49 USD
    Introductory Non-Member Price: $149 USD $79 USD
    Student Member Price: $9.99 USD

    DirectTech On-Demand – From 2012

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    This 75-minute Webinar first identifies selected typical space system failures and their causes. Failure analyses includes the Weibull distribution and its failure rate, mean time to failure, hazard function reliability (survival) function, and conditional, reliability function. Mitigation techniques discussed includes burn in and risk management techniques that includes failure identification, fault tree analyses, event tree analyses, failure modes and effects analyses, failure modes and effects analyses, and risk matrices.

     

    Learning Objectives

    • Understanding Spacecraft Failures
    • Understanding Failure Analyses
    • Understanding Risk Management
    • Understanding Failure Identification
    • Understanding Failure Modes and Effects Analysis
    • Understanding Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis
    • Understanding the Risk Matrix

     

    Who Should Attend

    This course is a must for technical and management personnel who wish to gain an understanding of techniques that can be implemented to minimize premature failure of space systems.

     

    Instructor

    Dr. Vincent L. Pisacane
    Dr. Vincent L. Pisacane is a Fellow of the AIAA, has been an Assistant Director for Research and Exploratory Development and Head of the Space Department at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL), the inaugural Robert A. Heinlein Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the United States Navy Academy, and a lecturer in the graduate engineering program at Johns Hopkins University. He has been the principal investigator on NASA research grants, has served on national and international panels and committees, has over 100 publications, and has over 40 years of experience in space research and the development of spacecraft instrumentation, subsystems, and systems.

     

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