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IEC 62960-2020 pdf free.Dependability reviews during the life cycle Revues de la surete de fonctionnement au cours du cycle de vie.
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IEC 60050-192, International electrotechnical vocabulary — Part 192: Dependability (available at http://www.electropedia.org)
3 Terms and definitions
3.1 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in IEC 60050-192 and the
following apply.
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3.1.1 dependability management coordinated activities to direct and control an organization with regard to dependability
Note 1 to entry: Dependability management is part of an organizations overall management. [SOURCE: IEC 60300-1:2014, 3.1.4]
3.1.2 dependability plan set of scheduled activities that when carried out are aimed to achieve dependability objectives and targets for an item
[SOURCE: IEC 60300-1:2014. 3.1.6. modified — “that when carried Out are aimed” added.]
3.1.3 dependability review review which focuses on the dependability aspects of an item, system or process being reviewed
Note 1 to entry: A dependability review can be a standalone review or a part of a review covering wider aspects.
3.1.4 design review plar’iried and documented review of an existing or proposed design
Note 1 to entry: Objectives include evaluation of the design’s capability to fulfil the specified requirements.
identification for any actual or potential deficiencies, proposing enhancements.
Note 2 to entry: A design review by itself is not sufficient to ensure proper design
Note 3 to entry: The design can be for a product or process.
Note 4 to entry: The design review can be achieved by means of a meeting or other documented process.
3.1.5 gap analysis method to compare what is achieved with what is required in order to identify differences and make improvements
3.1.6 item subject being considered
Note 1 to entry: The item may be an individual part. component, device, functional unit, equipment, subsystem, or System.
Note 2 to entry: The item may consist of hardware. software. people or any combination thereof.
Note 3 to entry: The item often comprises elements that may each be individually considered.
[SOURCE: IEC 60050-192:2015. 192-01-01, modified — Note 3 modified by omission of internal references and Notes 4 and 5 deleted.]
3.1.7 life cycle series of identifiable stages through which an item goes, from its conception to disposal EXAMPLE A typical system life cycle consists of: concept and definition; design and development; construction. Installation and commissioning; operation and maintenance; mid-life upgrading, or life extension and decommissioning and disposal,
Note 1 to entry: The stages identified will vary with the application.(SOURCE: IEC 60050-192:2015, 192-01-09]
3.1.8 management coordinated activities to direct and control an organization.
4 Introducing dependability reviews
4.1 General
Dependability reviews are key activities in the dependability plan. The persons in charge of dependability reviews have the responsibility for ensuring that dependability reviews are carried Out during the life cycle.
Reviews involve investigating the current situation in order to compare it with what is expected or required. Reviews identify discrepancies, risks and potential problems, analyse them and recommend improvements.
Dependability reviews comprise a coherent set of reviews for different aspects of dependability. These reviews are performed repeatedly throughout the life cycle, continually providing follow- up actions and assessment of their effectiveness.
Dependability reviews can be performed from various perspectives, such as:
— the dependability attributes of an item including reliability, maintainability, supportability and availability;
— other time related characteristics of an item such as durability and recoverability:
— dependability related functions such as safety and security:
— cost efficiency, including both life cycle cost and the short term cost;
— activities carried out to achieve or assess dependability outcomes:
— effectiveness of dependability processes;
— accountability of, and to, various stakeholders for potential failures;
— adaptation to changes in requirements, environments, objectives and/or purpose of the system.
A dependability review provides assurance that dependability is achieved throughout the life cycle either by demonstrating that requirements are met or by identifying problems and making improvements. A dependability review can be used to provide evidence that a dependability claim is satisfied as part of a dependability case (IEC 62741 (3J1 gives guidance on the content of a dependability case and establishes general principles for its preparation).
Systematic dependability reviews across the system life cycle enable agile corrective redirection of effort with less waste. This is particularly beneficial given the current trends for increasing system complexity, tightening development time and prolonged operational life.
Some environments or conditions for the trends include:
— ubiquitous network connection to any range of systems controlled by others;
— frequent changes in the system’s context such as user expectation and competitions in the market:
— inability to discard the old and start anew due to, for example cost consideration and preferences for circular econOmy”.
Dependability reviews help identify, predict and correct problems as they arise in the system life cycle while they are small enough to be addressed.IEC 62960 pdf free download.

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