Failure Mode and Effects Analysis

Failure mode and effects analysis [FMEA] is an approach to quality management which seeks to identify how a system may fail due to defects in process or design, and anticipate the consequences of failure, so that design changes can be made to improve the reliability of the system. See also Root Cause.

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