FMEA RISK MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF RMC PRODUCTION

Authors

  • Prof.Jyoti Trivedi Faculty of Technology (FOT),M.Tech(CEM) CEPT University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
  • Dr.Chakradhar Iyunni Faculty of L & T, project management institute Vadodara, Gujarat

Keywords:

Statistical quality control(SQC), Ready mix concrete (RMC), Quality Control, Quality Tools,risk priority number(RPN),failure mode effect analysis(FMEA)

Abstract

Concrete is the most extensively used among all
the construction material and is frequently
considered as the most economical and durable
material. For effective quality and productivity
improvement of infrastructure projects,
statistical quality control (SQC) application
proves to be an important tool which can be
used in order to ensure that concrete produced
is of desired quality. In order to identify the
major failure mode in production of Ready
Mixed Concrete (RMC) of different grades
(M20,M25,M30) FMEA is used. The Failure
Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) technique is to
identify risk factors for the potential failure
mode in the production process of concrete and
to take the appropriate corrective actions for
improvement.The risk priority number results
indicate’s process failure in terms of irregular
grading process, material testing prior use in
mixing process which were the important factor
to be monitored for quality control.

Published

2022-04-27

How to Cite

Prof.Jyoti Trivedi, & Dr.Chakradhar Iyunni. (2022). FMEA RISK MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUE FOR QUALITY CONTROL OF RMC PRODUCTION. International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD), 2(13), -. Retrieved from http://ijaerd.com/index.php/IJAERD/article/view/5749