By Oscar j. horger
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Define all potential failure modes to be evaluated at the lowest level of assembly. 5. Define the effect of each failure mode on the immediate component function. 6. Detail preventive or corrective measures to eliminate or control the effects of the failure. 7. Rank the failures in terms of severity. For example, on a scale of 1 (minor, unlikely to cause system failure or jeopardise operator safety) to 10 (a failure causing immediate system failure, with potentially harmful effects). 8. For each failure mode, indicate how it will be detected, and any design measures that have been taken to compensate.
Define the system, it's purpose, performance requirements and operating environment. 2. Divide the system into sub-systems; break the sub-systems into their main functional blocks; describe their hardware and software components an the interface between them. 3. g. sub-system level). Define the function of each component. 4. Define all potential failure modes to be evaluated at the lowest level of assembly. 5. Define the effect of each failure mode on the immediate component function. 6. Detail preventive or corrective measures to eliminate or control the effects of the failure.
Both Cutting-Decelle and McKay et al. (1994) contend that STEP is currently in danger of being tom between conflicting objectives, with ensuing dissipation of energy and failure to meet even its original objective of data exchange. This seems to be caused by a desire to address not only the problem of data exchange but also the problem of an integrated product representation that covers all phases of a product life-cycle, which could be used for information sharing. The main outputs so far from STEP have been the definition of a number of application protocols and the Express language.