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All EASA private webinars are live events in which the audio and video are streamed to your computer over the Internet. Prior to the program, you will receive a web link to join the meeting.
The presentation portion of the webinar will last about 45 minutes, followed by about 15 minutes of questions and answers.
The Zoom webinar service EASA uses will ask to install a small plugin. Your computer must be configured to allow this in order to have full functionality. Please check with your IT department or company's security policy prior to scheduling a private webinar.
EASA's private webinars are an inexpensive way to bring an EASA engineer into your service center, place of business or group meeting without incurring travel expenses or lost production time.
Root Cause Methodoloy is a step-by-step method for examining a failed motor and its system. It focuses on the stresses that acted upon the failed component. By better understanding these stresses, the service center is more likely to uncover the root cause of failure.
This webinar will examine the five key steps of root cause methodology:
The webinar will also discuss the "5 Whys?", summarize motor stresses, and stress the importance of total system analysis (not just motor).
Who should attend
This seminar will be most useful for service center and field technicians, service center managers, engineers, and users maintenance personnel desiring to understand the techniques for determining root cause of failures and implement remedies to improve reliability.