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5 Common Failure Analysis Mistakes

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Beth Stackpole
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Great practical advice
Beth Stackpole   4/26/2012 7:10:52 AM
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I always enjoy your posts, Dave. They really take on a problem and put into real world context without any of the hype or confusion that can cloud the issues. This is a perfect example. Maybe not any "rocket science" takeaway here, but some real sound advice for engineers on the common traps most fall into when trying to come to the root cause of a part failure or better yet, avoiding failure to start with.

 

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