Failure Mode and Effect Analysis Power Plant Boiler

Document Type: Original Manuscript

Authors

Master of Industrial Engineering, MercuBuana University,Jakarta, Indonesia

10.22094/joie.2018.555547.1527

Abstract

The current electricity demand is increasing, and now the government has involved third parties in the implementation of electricity so that investors compete in building infrastructure in order to apply electricity. Thermal power is one source that has a fast break event point compared to other resources that more interested investors even with all forms of pollution caused. A form of heat power using a vapor pressure is fired into the turbine so that it will cause a rotating force that will turn the generator into an electric generator. thermal power has the ability to generate electricity large, but if there is a failure in operation, then the burden will quickly lose power sources that can cripple production activities.FMEA is one of the most widely used tools in the industry to analyze the root cause of the system so that the system is protected from small and large damage and can disrupt the stability of the industrial operating system. The reliability of the machine must always be maintained so that with this method it is expected to help the power service providers to maintain the availability of its services.With the implementation of FMEA, we get an overview of the steps to be taken for the future so that the reliability of a steam generator boiler system can be improved

Graphical Abstract

Failure Mode and Effect Analysis Power Plant Boiler

Highlights

  • This paper deals with the reliability of a machine to be searched for the root of the problem
  • This paper deals with a model of production inventory where partial lack of ambition.
  • This paper investigates the root causes of declining power plant reliability.
  • Failure Mode and Effect Analysis is used as a method to solve this problem.
  • To illustrate and validate used RPN.

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