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Software intensive systems safety analysis

A.C. Tribble, S.P. Miller
2004 IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine  
The FCS provides the capability to stabilize and control the aircraft, while the AuUlon' Cumd Addresses: A.C. Tribblc and S.P. Millcr. Rackwsll Collim, 4w Coilins Road. NE C&t Rapids. IA 52498. USA.  ...  Two important elements in the avionics suite of modern aircraft are: the Flight Control System (FCS) and the Flight Management System (FMS).  ...  conducted a bottom-up Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA).  ... 
doi:10.1109/maes.2004.1365014 fatcat:sfdw5hjil5ajtjbjnk3dedxhba

Integrating Existing Safety Analyses into SysML [chapter]

Kester Clegg, Mole Li, David Stamp, Alan Grigg, John McDermid
2019 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
During integration we realised a more fundamental need to reconcile the systems engineers functional view with the safety engineers focus on failure modes and fault logic in order to maximimse the longer  ...  We demonstrate a lightweight profile that minimally captures the fault logic for a Rolls-Royce gas turbine engine controller and provides specific in-house extensions for both fault tree and engine dispatch  ...  See http://www.omgsysml.org/ The FMES is a derived summary of the Failure mode, effects and criticality analysis (FMECA) database (>25K rows) which is maintained with the latest failure rates.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-32872-6_5 fatcat:hx2a2u22sbc5vaq7qcr55p3zvy

A safety requirement engineering method and tool

Romaric Guillerm, Hamid Demmou, Nabil Sadou
2013 2013 21st IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)  
It is based on the famous Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) and the use of Fault Trees.  ...  The method allows the definition of the system safety requirements following a risk and hazard analysis, and then their derivation according to a topdown approach.  ...  Static fault trees use traditional logic operators (such as AND and OR) to represent combinations of component failures that cause system failures.  ... 
doi:10.1109/re.2013.6636739 dblp:conf/re/GuillermDS13 fatcat:fh4udnnosbc3rgbnuo3cxwibdy

Safety management method in complex system engineering

Romaric Guillerm, Hamid Demmou
2014 2014 IEEE International Systems Conference Proceedings  
It is based on the well-known Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) and the use of Fault Trees and Event Trees.  ...  The method focuses mainly on the definition of the system safety requirements following risk and hazard analysis, and also on their derivation according to a top-down approach.  ...  The paper presents a method that allows to define, derive and derive system safety requirements, with the combination of several FMECA (Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis) [13] , Fault Trees  ... 
doi:10.1109/syscon.2014.6819247 dblp:conf/syscon/GuillermD14 fatcat:yvymrtqvdncm3irako6z7cnhuy

A Novel Safety Assessment Method based on Fault Dependent Matrix

Dong Haiyong, Gu Qingfan, Wang Guoqing, Zhai Zhengjun, Lu Yanhong
2019 International Journal of Performability Engineering  
Most traditional safety analysis methods express safety models with graphical forms, which are difficult to be stored in a computer and have limited analysis capabilities.  ...  Safety assessment based on a fault dependent matrix is more convenient when expressed and calculated by computers, and it is more likely to be promoted.  ...  Before constructing the failure propagation model, a safety analyst summarizes the failure mode and effects affect (FMEA) and failure mode and effects summary (FMES).  ... 
doi:10.23940/ijpe.19.09.p12.23922399 fatcat:fqoxsywxsfdwndyk4nazjpahwe

A SysML Profile for Fault Trees—Linking Safety Models to System Design [chapter]

Kester Clegg, Mole Li, David Stamp, Alan Grigg, John McDermid
2019 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In lieu of such standards, the ENCASE project has formulated a simple SysML profile that captures the information required to represent fault trees and which enables the linkage of failure modes to other  ...  Unlike traditional fault trees that can be difficult to validate against a system design, associating failure modes with system functions and hardware components means that consistency checks between the  ...  These are primarily to do with how the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) results are kept and used as part of FTA in the existing tool chain, and discussions around how failure modes could be linked  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-26601-1_6 fatcat:anz7tlo63bf2hizadv46tmhxyq

Software FMEA for Safety-Critical System Based on Co-analysis of System Model and Software Model

Guoqi LI
2012 IEICE transactions on information and systems  
The method is hopeful to detect quantitative and dynamic effects by a targeted software failure.  ...  In this paper, a novel method for Software FMEA is presented based on co-analysis of system model and software model.  ...  Introduction As early as in 1949, Procedures for conducting FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) were described in US armed forces military procedures document MIL-P-1629 [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1587/transinf.e95.d.3101 fatcat:jvn7owmphndytks5l4teez6fra

Towards integrated safety analysis and design

P. Fenelon, J. A. McDermid, M. Nicolson, D. J. Pumfrey
1994 ACM SIGAPP Applied Computing Review  
We discuss the use of modified and new forms of safety assessment notations to provide evidence of safety, and the use of data derived from such notations as a means of providing quantified input into  ...  We then show how the design assessment can be partially automated, and from this develop some ideas on how we might move from analytical to synthetic approaches, using safety criteria and evidence as a  ...  Stephen Wilson of the ASAM-II project has also provided many useful comments and much advice.  ... 
doi:10.1145/381766.381770 fatcat:qga73d6arbd4lpyjdggtezbst4

SysML-based and Prolog-supported FMEA

Fabio Scippacercola, Roberto Pietrantuono, Stefano Russo, Nuno Pedro Silva
2015 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering Workshops (ISSREW)  
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a wellknown technique for evaluating the effects of potential failure modes of components of a system.  ...  SysML block diagrams of the system under analysis are annotated with valid and error states of components and of their input flows, as well as with the logical conditions that may determine erroneous outputs  ...  INTRODUCTION Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is an engineering technique for evaluating the effects of potential failure modes of parts of a system 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1109/issrew.2015.7392064 dblp:conf/issre/ScippacercolaPR15 fatcat:djtqawjgzje6ljzprz5r7wlzfu

Computational Intelligence, Condition Monitoring and Optimization in Mechanical System- A Review
English

M Prem Kumar, K Ganesan
2014 International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technoloy  
Thus, the use of wind turbine in the form of a renewable energy has become as one of the most viable alternative resource of power generation due to some compensations of it such as cost-effective and  ...  For that uncertain parameters the computational intelligence technique is implemented like Neuro fuzzy, Fuzzy logic and FMECA. For that technique optimization is performed.  ...  Critically AssessmentFor FMECA Analysis Using Fuzzy Logic Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a structured, qualitative analysis of a system to identify potential system failure modes, their effects  ... 
doi:10.14445/22315381/ijett-v17p233 fatcat:5arqbtd4rrggzdlhvovzvdo4uq

SRB Field Joints Failure Analysis Using Fuzzy FMEA

Kouroush Jenab, Raymond M. Blecher, Saeid Moslehpour
2015 International Journal of Physics and Astronomy  
The NASA management and engineering team's failed in utilizing Failure Mode & Effect Analysis (FMEA) in proper identification and communication of critical system failure modes and their effects.  ...  The benefits of fuzzy logic and its application to FMEA methodology could have made a major difference in the outcome as it would have provided more granularities to the risk priority rating.  ...  Takeda (1982) used fuzzy outranking relation in multi-criteria decision for failure mode and effects analysis Kreuze (1983) presented the Built In Test System and its functions along with FMEA derived  ... 
doi:10.15640/ijpa.v3n1a1 fatcat:sd6lmg4eynhnrm7gezcm2bssai

Fuzzy FMEA application to improve purchasing process in a public hospital

Mesut Kumru, Pınar Yıldız Kumru
2013 Applied Soft Computing  
Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) is one of the well-known techniques of quality management that is used for continuous improvements in product or process designs.  ...  Results indicate that the application of fuzzy FMEA method can solve the problems that have arisen from conventional FMEA, and can efficiently discover the potential failure modes and effects.  ...  Failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) is one of these techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.asoc.2012.08.007 fatcat:t4xa464yhvertdscnwjvxdfbry

Integrated system for maintenance and safety management through FMECA principles and fuzzy inference engine

Matteo Mario Savino, Alessandro Brun, Carlo Riccio
2011 European Journal of Industrial Engineering  
Failure mode effects and criticality analysis (FMECA) is a widely used technique to improve products and processes safety and reliability in different contexts, such as automotive, aviation, computer science  ...  the evaluation of failure mode causes and effects.  ...  Introduction Failure mode effects and criticality analysis (FMECA) is a widely used technique to improve products and processes safety and reliability in different contexts, such as automotive (Ford Motor  ... 
doi:10.1504/ejie.2011.039870 fatcat:7qkcw5umcrdetnm35bscun7eze

Fault management analysis

Angela E. Summers
2001 Process safety progress  
This paper proposes the use of fault management analysis (FMA) for the assessment of proposed SIS designs.  ...  The FMA leads to the identification of not only the failure modes of each component, but also in the determination of how to appropriately manage the identified failure.  ...  More technically, the analysis should begin with a "big picture" failure modes and effects analysis. Why "big picture?" Detailed failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) is very time consuming.  ... 
doi:10.1002/prs.680200309 fatcat:njxabqcn3rgfzdyunlpc57xcky

Analysis Of 6T Sram Cell Using Finfet At Nanometer Regime

Prof. S. A. Shaikh
2015 Zenodo  
Inste ad of SiO2 with AL metal gate Hafnium Oxide [HFO2] can be used as a High k material. To increased chip functi onality demand,SRAM area have mostly exceed overal l chip area.  ...  This paper will discuss the detail about 6T SRAM stability in standby,read and write mode design considering Double Gate MOSF ET at 32nm technology node. https://www.ijiert.org/paper-details?  ...  READ FAILURE : Failure occurs while reading content of SRAM cell is known as a read failure. Consider that node X storing a logical low i.e. '0' and bit lines is discharging through M1 and M2.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1473896 fatcat:rjtuxinya5e35kfil2wa4ealyq
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