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Maintenance Disrupted is an original podcast in which Blair Fraser, Quartic.ai co-founder, and former wrench turner, turned technology evangelist and Steven Dobie, born and raised in heavy industry and is known for his ground-up approach for getting projects done, sets out to cut through the noise around the people and technologies fueling reliability and maintenance. Each episode is designed to educate through stories with special guest from technology founders to the technician working on ...
 
Your News for World of Warcraft and Blizzard Game Podcasts Connecting You to Podcasts Covering World of Warcraft and other Blizzard Entertainment Games Hosted by Brian “Rho” Black, Realm Maintenance aims to better connect its listeners with podcasters and other content creators through interviews and a summary of notable recent episodes from those creators.
 
Gain the experience of your peers to accelerate improvement of your program and career. Improve your product development process, reliability or warranty performance; or your plant uptime or asset performance. Learn about reliability and maintenance engineering practical approaches, skills, and techniques. Join the conversation today.
 
Radio Arizona RV is dedicated to bringing you helpful and informative information about RV Maintenance & Repairs for the DIY. Eric Stark is the host and he covers all aspects of maintaining an RV for the DIY. Although, even if you don't do the maintenance yourself this podcast is still for you. Eric helps all RV owners maintain their RV and will educate you about repairs and repair costs so you are armed and dangerous. Eric will cover topics from the ground the tires sit on to the roof of an ...
 
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Reliability and Risk Management Abstract Carl and Fred discussing the relationship of reliability and risk management, including areas of overlap and linkages. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the body of knowledge of reliability and how it relates to risk management. Definition of “risk” Technical risk vs business risk Preparation can…
 
Most workplaces have a set schedule to which its employees adhere to. For some aviation areas, such schedules are in a constant state of flux due to manpower shortages or an over demanding flight schedule. This leads to working long hours and having unpredictable work schedules. There's a saying "don't be flexible, be fluid" and this couldn't be mo…
 
On this episode, Susan Hobson & Rob Kalwarowsky welcome Dylan Day to the show. We talk to Dylan about how he leads as a millwright. Go to robsreliability.com/leadership and sign up for The Leadership Launchpad Project High Impact Leader program. We're giving you a $500 early bird discount until May 21 so sign up today! If you want a private offerin…
 
Special guest Mike Rothschild tells us how the road to wellness can be an on-ramp to a conspiracy theory. Along the way we debunk oil pulling, explore Instagram aesthetics and bemoan anti-vaxx argumentation tactics . Mike gets the date of the January 6th insurrection wrong and he is sorry. Mike Rothschild is on Twitter and you can pre-order his boo…
 
Does your airplane’s shock strut need fluid? Does it need nitrogen? … or air? And more importantly, could you service the strut safely? If you’ve ever had a low strut, you know it can be very frustrating. Sometimes it can be challenging to sort through all the maintenance manual information, your POH information, your local A&P’s instructions, and …
 
In episode 85 Eric goes in-depth on cellphone signal boosters and answers the question often asked, "Do cellphone signal boosters even work?" You'll hear an update on the current state of the RV parts industry during the pandemic, and what you should do if you are looking to buy parts. Eric will also answer a listeners' question, "What tire brand d…
 
An asset is a collection of failure modes, manage the failure modes and you manage the asset... This is a quote from our guest this week, Tacoma Zach! In this episode we discuss failure modes, operating context, and a whole lot more. Asset management is one of Tacoma's passions and we were lucky to corner him for an hour to discuss! Connect with ou…
 
Suspected or Known Problem Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing the challenge of finding a latent problem in a product after your company has been producing and selling for some time. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss dealing with a latent reliability problem that may exist in a certain percentage of the product shipped and in use. Topics …
 
Reliability Expectations Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing how we continue to evolve our reliability expectations as technology becomes more robust and reliable. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss the progress of expectations of reliability in cars, and electronics, have become more reliable. Topics include: Sensors, like tire pressure m…
 
Trying out something new for this week! We're doing our first ever crossover episode and are joined by the Plaid Jacket Philosopher Podcast to have a discussion on aircraft and mining maintenance. From miles above the earth to kilometers underneath it - we cover the similarities and the differences between the two industries! The Plaid Jacket Philo…
 
On this episode, Susan Hobson & Rob Kalwarowsky welcome Bryan Bieschke to the show. We talk about maintenance leadership, impact and being the leader you want to have. Go to robsreliability.com/leadership and sign up for The Leadership Launchpad Project High Impact Leader program. We're giving you a $500 early bird discount until May 21 so sign up …
 
In this episode, we are switching directions and instead of looking at the technology, we focus on people and processes to help bring these technologies in and most importantly, get the desired value from them. In this week's episode on the Technology Innovation series of Maintenance Disrupted, I talk with George Williams at ReliabiltyX to get his …
 
Extrapolation and Sample Sizes Abstract Chris and Fred discuss (essentially) how many ‘things’ you need to see to know enough about those ‘things.’ We see this conundrum across all sorts of fields of study. How many kangaroos do I need to capture and weigh to get a good understanding of the entire population’s typical weight? Delete kangaroo and in…
 
I received an email recently from Spence, the owner of an S35 Bonanza with a Turbo-Normalized IO-520 engine. He included a picture of his #2 cylinder exhaust valve. Here’s what it looked like: At first glance, my reaction was something like, “Oooh, that’s ugly!” The most concerning area is the spot at the 10 o’clock position. There’s also a little …
 
Accelerated Testing Assumptions Abstract Chris and Fred discuss accelerated testing. Accelerated testing is great for getting lots of information in a short period of time. You can compress a lot of ‘real-time’ life into a really small amount of testing. But how do you do it right? You need to understand the underlying physics of failure to work ou…
 
Almost all aircraft problems can trace itself back to its electronics. Despite what you may think, the technology that keeps a plane’s magic going is OLDER than it seems. These fixes are also much harder than they seem and involve such adventures as untangling years’ worth of neglected wires. Avionics troubleshooting, modifications, and upgrades re…
 
This week is our first Diet Book Deep Dive, where we dig into some of the worst and wildest weight loss advice we can find. First up: Tonight Show sidekick Ed McMahon's pun, alcohol and misogyny-fueled diet plan from the 1970s. Hope you like broiled steak and Sanka! Clips! Ed McMahon & Britney Spears on Star Search Ed McMahon for American Family Sw…
 
Every organization is trying to put together better and better work instructions. What is the best way to accomplish this? Who do you engage? Who should be doing the analysis? In this week's episode of Maintenance Disrupted, Steven Dobie talks with Lucas Marino from East Partnership about maintenance task analysis. As usual, the topic was strayed f…
 
Deterministic versus Probabilistic Abstract Chris and Fred discuss what it means to be ‘deterministic’ versus ‘probabilistic’ … and what that means for reliability engineering. Know what these words mean and want to learn more? Don’t know what these words mean and want to understand how they could help reliability engineering? Listen to this podcas…
 
The Hunt for Reliability Training Abstract Chris and Fred discuss how you go about ‘hunting’ reliability training. And we do mean ‘hunt.’ Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss how you go about getting good training for your organization. You can’t simply go with the first result that pops up in a Google search. And you also can’t go with t…
 
Today we are celebrating 10,000 downloads! Thank you for all of your continued support, and we hope you continue enjoying! Do you like this episode? Follow us on Facebook- @cancelledformaintenance, Instagram- @canxformaintenancepodcast. Twitter- @cxmxpodcast Visit our website and check out our merch at www.cancelledformaintenance.com. Have ideas or…
 
Unlike any breather on the market, The Des-Case Connected Breather has eliminated the subjectivity of color-changing desiccant media, allowing you to know the exact moment your breather is fully spent and should be replaced. Sensors inside the breather provides a precise digital reading of remaining breather life, saturation direction and breather …
 
Standards and Regulations Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing the role and relationship of meeting standards and making a reliable product. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss how passing standard test requirements doesn’t mean you have made a reliable product. Topics include: Standards are very critical to have useful interfaces such as IE…
 
Dealing with Failures that Destroy Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing the challenge of understanding the root cause of failures for products that are hard to retrieve from the field or have other reasons that make failure analysis almost impossible. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss different situations and conditions where the products …
 
We’ve talked about work, travel through work, but we’ve yet to talk about what’s work like in other places. Today we take a trip to Hunter Valley, Australia. We explore some of the similarities and differences their aviation regulations are compared to the US. We also are joined by special guest "Hot Wings", who is thus far our longest distanced gu…
 
In 1996, Proctor & Gamble launched an artificial fat substitute that promised all of the taste but none of the calories. There was just one problem. Support us: Subscribe on Patreon Donate on PayPal Get Maintenance Phase shirts, stickers and more Links! Marion Nestle’s The Selling of Olestra Jeffrey Steingarten's The Man Who Ate Everything The 1996…
 
Starting a maintenance program from scratch is no easy task. Our guest this week, Ronan O'Sullivan, has been with his plant from brownfield to operation. Tune in and hear about Ronan's journey and what he has learned along the way. Connect with our Guest Here: Ronan O'Sullivan - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronan-o-sullivan-25726a37/ If your company…
 
Maintenance FMEAs Abstract Carl and Fred discussing the application of FMEAs in support of asset maintenance. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the subject of FMEAs and Maintenance; and difference between FMEAs done in support of product development (Design FMEAs) and FMEAs done in support of maintenance or Reliability Centered Maintena…
 
I got an email from Michael this past week. He owns a Mooney M20J, and something strange happened with cylinder #1’s EGT and CHT recently. Michael agreed to let me share the story, so that’s the main feature in this episode. The picture above is one Michael took with his borescope while looking for any obvious problems with the cylinder. Before we …
 
What Price Reliability? Abstract Carl and Fred discussing the reliability of the Texas electric grid debacle, and what can be learned from a reliability point of view. Lessons learned from this problem can be applied to other industries. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the cost of reliability in the electric grid. Should electrical sy…
 
Aviation maintenance shops seem to perform miracles when getting aircraft ready for its operation schedules and their hard work often gets overlooked. All shops however have a limit to their magic. This limit is often embodied in one or a few aircraft that always finds a way to break down no matter how much work is done to it. Do you like this epis…
 
Scaling of Industrial IoT solutions requires a Unified Namespace, which acts as a centralized repository of data, information, and context where any application or device can consume or publish data needed for a specific action. A place where everything is a node within an ecosystem Best described as “What one node knows, all nodes know” If a Unifi…
 
How to Become a Reliability Engineering Consultant Abstract Chris and Fred discuss how to become a reliability engineering consultant. This is a very natural question for a lot of us. It might be easy to visualize what you want to achieve. But it can be daunting to get there. Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss how you go about becoming …
 
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In episode 84 Eric welcomes new RV owners by giving tips and advice on what to do upon becoming an RV owner. There is a lot that goes into owning and maintaining an RV and researching online isn't always a surefire way to learn the best ways to do something or even reasonable ways of doing something. Eric helps parse through all of the opinions, ex…
 
How Reliable Does My System Need to Be? Abstract Chris and Fred discuss how you go about setting a reliability goal. We got asked by someone who was responsible for a ‘complex’ system … How reliable does our system need to be? Unfortunately … you need to tell us that! Hopefully this webinar will help you start asking the right question to work it o…
 
Certain crises are out of our control. Some are so bad, you lose everything. In this episode, we will explore how one organization is going above and beyond to help those who are homeless and without other living essentials. We are joined with special guest Rachelle LaFleur, a US Marine Corps veteran who embodies the phrase "leave no one behind". R…
 
Brought up in a mining family that had no time for gender stereotypes, Allyson Hawley, our guest on today’s show, was surprised when she began her mechanical engineering degree with hardly any fellow women students. Throughout her career in the male-dominated mining industry, Allyson has received a lot of support but has also experienced a lot of s…
 
A portion of this episode contains mature language. Listener discretion is advised. Athalus interviews WoW cover musician James Fraser, the Podcast Spotlight is on Blizzlet : Hearthstone, and Josh Corbett from Countdown to Classic stops by for some RNG. You'll also hear some advice on starting your first podcast! Catch the premiere of Realm Mainten…
 
Fat people have them too! This week, special guest Erin Harrop tells us about one of America's most under-diagnosed and misunderstood problems. Along the way we talk about elbow bumps, Twitter etiquette and '90s sweatpants. Our content warnings are becoming increasingly threatening. Here's Erin's faculty page and a bunch of her research! Support us…
 
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