Linking Fault Tree and Event Tree

Event Tree Analysis (ETA) complementing your Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) is like putting salt on your popcorn. Event tree diagrams provide an excellent way of showing the possible outcomes of a hazardous event (often modelled in a FTA study). An ETA diagram is a simple, logical and easy to read diagram that breaks down data to show the possible consequences of failures in an FTA study.Event trees provide an inductive approach to reliability and risk assessment and are constructed using forward logic.

FaultTree+ in Reliability Workbench includes integrated event tree analysis. The event tree model may be linked to the fault tree model by using fault tree gate results as the source of event tree probabilities. FYI, if you already have a copy of FaultTree+ the Event Tree Software is included!

Please register for this educational Webinar: Linking FaultTree+ and Event Tree Analysis on Jun 2, 2016 11:00 AM MDT at: CLICK HERE

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We appreciate your support of Isograph. If you have any general questions or comments please feel free to contact me.

Sincerely,

Jeremy Hynek
Isograph, Inc.
Director North American Operations
801 610 0045
jhynek@isograph.com

 

Upcoming training……

As many of you know we don’t exactly get our of the office every week to offer public training courses. Please don’t miss your opportunity to attended one of Isograph’s training sessions to be held in Park City, Utah the week of June 27th, 2016. We will be offering training on Isograph’s Reliability Workbench, FaultTree+ and Availability Workbench Software. In addition to the training in Park City will also be offering training in Houston this September, which will include our IEC 61508 training. For a complete list of dates please check our website: www.isograph.com .

The upcoming training in Park City offers an ideal location. Just 40 minutes from SLC international airport, Park City was home to the 2002 Winter Olympics and offers many lodging options and is well know for it outdoor/night-life activities. https://www.visitparkcity.com/ .

New this year we will begin to offer self paced web training. For more information please contact myself or Joe Belland: jbelland@isograph.com .
On a different note, for those Reliability Workbench users don’t miss our “What’s New” webinar this Wednesday at 12pm EST. In this Webinar we will go over the upgrades added to Reliability Workbench Version 13.

Please register here: Registration Click HERE
We appreciate your support of Isograph. If you have any general questions or comments please feel free to contact me.

Sincerely,

Jeremy Hynek
Isograph, Inc.
Director North American Operations
801 610 0045
jhynek@isograph.com