This chapter deals with the management of the design cycle. Starting with the need for objectives, it moves on to planning and program activities and responsibilities.
18.1. Setting Objectives and Making Specifications
Realistic reliability, maintainability and safety (RAMS) objectives need to be set with due regard to the customer’s design and operating requirements and cost constraints. In the case of contract development or plant engineering, these are likely to be outlined in a tender document or a requirements specification. Liaison with the customer may be required to establish optimum economic reliability values that sensibly ...
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