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Downloadable FMEA examples that are only published here to provide an insight into the philosophy of Failure Modes & Effects Analysis:
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When using the above Excel template you should only enter text to one cell at a time, therefore you will have to unmerge and re-merge cells accordingly if you are making updates. Due to this reason we would recommend using dedicated FMEA software.
Notes about the AIAG version: For clarity, it is important to avoid having empty cells in the FMEA form i.e. up to the recommended actions column when you firstly undertake a FMEA. For example, a 'function' shall fill one cell only, but may have a number of 'Failure Modes' and varying numbers of related 'failure causes' and 'failure effects'. The most common error in the AIAG version is to duplicate causes or effects or to have one effect and / or cause per failure mode. To avoid confusion simply merge redundant cells so each cause or effect has it's own cell, thus evealuation etc.
Notes about the VDA version: The above also applies here, although there are no additional columns for recommended actions or actions taken (the revisions are displayed chronologically!), thus once again, the knack is not to have empty cells. Not doing so will result in a loss of clarity and will cause mis-understanding, or poor results when importing into another software product at a later date. Therefore where there are multiple rows of 'Failure causes' and 'Failure Effects' around a single 'Failure Mode', then the user should merge empty cells accordingly. This is due to be revised after February 2017 due to the AIAG VDA Alignment.
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