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3.

REFERENCE(S):
Procedure

● IEC-812: Analysis Techniques for System Reliability,
for Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
● MIL-STD-1629: Procedures for Performing a Failure
Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)

4.

FREQUENCY:

AS REQUIRED

5.

1ST SUBMITTAL:

90 DAPO

6.

SUB SUBMITTALS:

30 Days after Design Change

7.

DISTRIBUTION TOTAL: 1 copy, electronic

8.

REMARKS & PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS

8.1 The Seller shall provide the Buyer the data identified in Table RI-1. However, the
requirements of this DID may be satisfied by updating or revising a previously
generated FMECA or FMEA Report for a similar equipment, providing the
information identified in the Table is provided.
8.2 The data shall be submitted electronically, Microsoft 2000 preferred.
8.3 The Seller shall provide the Buyer the reliability data, identified in Table RI-1, for
the equipment being procured by the Buyer. The data shall be submitted for
the item being provided, and for each of the item’s repairable
components/subassemblies.
8.4 References cited are for guidance.
Table RI-1: Equipment Reliability Information
DATA
DESCRIPTION
Item Nomenclature
Name/ nomenclature for the equipment or component
Item Reference Number Part number for the equipment or component
Item Function(s)
Identify the function(s) the item is designed to
perform/provide (example: Function 1: Provide 120V, 60
Hz power)
Functional Failure(s)/
Identify the probable failures associated with each
Failure Mode(s)
function (example: Failures: 1.1 Loss of 120V, 60Hz
power
1.2 Power out of phase)
Cause
Identify what could specifically cause the identified
Failure(s) (example: Failure Causes: 1.1 Transformer
failed
1.2 Diode failure)
Failure Effects
For each Failure Mode, identify the local effect (i.e. the
effect at the item’s level) and the effect(s) at the next
higher level
Compensating
For each Failure Mode, identify any design provisions,

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and Seller’s recommendations regarding them  Identification of the failures/failure modes that could cause personnel injury or death. no injury to personnel Degradation of functional II performance Possible loss of item function. loss of ship IV or significant damage to environment Along with the reliability data.Provisions Failure Detection Failure Probability Criticality Level 8.) Identify the probability that the failure mode could occur within the first 5 years of equipment operation. Use the following classifications: Criticality Classification to Use Minor or no effect on item’s I functional performance or on environment. if applicable. operator actions. Identify how the failure would be detected (example: thermocouple. hazard to personnel Possible loss of life. visual indicator. the Seller shall provide. III significant damage to equipment or environment. etc. as applicable:  Any assumptions made in the analyses  Identification of any ‘single point failures’ and/or common mode failures. hidden failure.5 such as redundancy. or other provisions that would mitigate/eliminate the effect of the failure. or severe damage to the ship LCS-SR-0060B Page 2 of 3 . Use one of the following classifications: Probability Classification to Use Very Low (approximately 0%) VL Low (less than 10%) L Medium (between 10% and M 90%) High (greater than 90%) H Identify the probable Criticality of the failure(s) as they relate to equipment function and/or personnel safety.

REVISION DOCUMENTATION REV CHANGES Changed “Vendor” to “Seller” through out SDRL A B Date 3/22/05 Added Compensating Provisions requirements LCS-SR-0060B Page 3 of 3 11/18/05 .