Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) is a powerful, widely-recognised method for determining system reliability and possible risks. It is a logical technique for analysing and deducing the various combinations of hardware and software failures and human errors that could result in the occurrence of specified undesired events (usually referred to as the top event) at the system level. The deductive analysis begins with the top event, then attempts to determine the specific causes of this top event. The main objective of FTA is to determine the probability of this top event. The calculation involves system quantitative reliability information, such as failure probability or failure rate. FTA provides key information regarding the likelihood of failure and the means by which failure could occur. Focussing on and refining the results of the FTA can be used to minimise risk and improve system safety and reliability.
Also see Failure Mode Effects Analysis
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