defect analysis

defect analysis

(programming)
Using defects as data for continuous quality improvement. Defect analysis generally seeks to classify defects into categories and identify possible causes in order to direct process improvement efforts.
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Casting Defect Analysis American Foundry Society SCHAUMBURG, ILLINOIS
It was pulled out of the line for defect analysis and repair as management suspected the wear and tear of the system's subcomponents as the cause.
His specialisms include dilapidations, contract administration, design and building refurbishment, defect analysis, planned maintenance, pre-acquisition surveys and reinstatement cost assessments.
This investment will provide a powerful platform for new product introduction, traceability, seam-less integration to ERP, in-circuit test, functional test and key manufacturing processes enabling real time monitoring, automated analytics and reporting including first time pass rates and drill down hot spot defect analysis.
The EMS test services covered include defect analysis, in-circuit testing, inspection with image processing, functional testing, automatic optical inspection, burn-in and x-ray inspection.
Powers has been developing markets in the America's for the last 15 years and has presented several technical papers on the topic of composite repairs within the pipeline industry as well as the use of eddy currents for defect analysis.
Krehl becomes USBCI's fourth principal, joining a team of experts in building envelope evaluation, forensic and diagnostic investigations, water intrusion analysis, toxic mold investigations and remediation, construction failures, construction defect analysis, structural and mechanical engineering, architectural services, project management and expert witness testimony.
Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon has launched a lightweight thermal imaging camera system that can be easily mounted to a variety of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), including micro-drones and multicopters , to carry out thermographic surveys and defect analysis of solar panels, wind turbines, buildings and other difficult-to-access structures.
Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon has launched a lightweight thermal imaging camera that can be easily mounted to a variety of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) - including microdrones and multicopters--to carry out thermographic surveys and defect analysis of photovoltaic cells (solar panels), wind turbines, buildings and other difficult-to-access structures.
Typical applications for the QS include checking for product assembly completeness, colour or defect analysis, as well as label inspection.
Focused ion beam (FIB) systems have long been used for 3D metrology, defect analysis, failure analysis, and circuit editing of microscale and nanoscale structures.