Simulations / Calculations
Products used in safety systems must be extremely reliable. In order to prevent faults from accumulating and to render unavoidable risks extremely unlikely, the probability of undetectable errors occurring must be kept low.
For this reason it is necessary to prepare an analysis of potential errors for all components or for the entire safety system.
Typical methods to this end are:
- Calculations based on worst case, typical case, best case scenarios
MTBF value, FIT, ʎ-values
FMEA analysis and calculation
FTA - Failure tree analysis
ETA - Event tree analysis
Monte Carlo simulation
For obtaining proof of machines achieving the necessary performance level, the following analyses and calculations have to be carried out:
FMEA for all safety-relevant functions
Compilation of failure rates and B10 values
Combination of PL and SIL values
Establishing of safety block diagrams and structures
Calculations according to SISTEMA, Mathcad or Excel
innotec advises you on the application of appropriate analysis techniques for the detection of possible errors.
Together with you, innotec works out FMEA, FTA and ETA and draws up the safety block diagram.
innotec calculates the safety parameters necessary for obtaining the proof of safety such as PFH, PFD, MTTFd, λ-values, SFF, DC and others.
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