Traditional and Multi-factor Decision Making based FMECA
through Preference Selection Index Method for Continuous Process
- Dr. M. G. Bhatt, Shantilal Shah Engineering College, Bhavnagar, Gujarat, INDIA
- Nilesh Pancholi, Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad, firstname.lastname@example.org
This paper highlights comparative results of traditional FMECA and multi-factor decision making approach based on
"Preference Selection Index (PSI) Method" for aluminium wire rolling mill plant. The suggested study is carried out to
overcome the limitations of FMECA by assigning the scores against each failure modes in crisp values to evaluate the
criticalities of the failure modes without uncertainty. The primary findings of the paper is that sudden impact on the rolls seems
to be most critical failure cause and high contact stresses due to rolling & sliding action of mesh to be least critical failure cause.
It is suggested to modify the current control practices with proper maintenance strategy based on achieved maintainability
criticality index (MCI). The outcome of study will be helpful in deriving optimized maintenance plan to maximize the
performance of continuous process industry.