2nd Day of RAMS 2018

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Some impressions of the second day of RAMS.
Since it is impossible to cover it all we have only a few presentations covered

-Function-Based Resiliency: Improving Performance through Adaptive Management by JD Solomon, CH2M
-Balancing Reliability with Program Goals During Product Development by Adam Bahret, Apex Ridge Reliability
-Surface Mount Reflow Profile Impacts On Reliability by Greg Cennamo, L3 Technologies
-Objectives Based Assurance Management by Martin Feather, NASA JPL Office of Mission Success
-Design and Analysis of Accelerated Life Tests by Rong Pan
-Alternate approach to prediction of IC failures using silicon based degradation mechanisms by Ashok Alagappan, DFR Solutions
-Accelerated life testing of heat exchangers by Julio Pulido, ReliaRisk
-Assessing the Vibration Fatigue Life of Engine Mounted Components by Marco Bonato, VALEO
-Prediction of Acceleration Factor for Accelerated Testing of Photovoltaic Modules Installed Around the World by Arun Bala Subramaniyan
-Understanding and Applying the Fundamentals of FMEAs by Carl Carlson

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