Lehrstuhl SRS - Functional Safety

Wintersemester 2019/20

Functional Safety

Course

Functional Safety (2V, 1Ü)

Target group

Master Program:
Mechanical Engineering – all programs
Automation and Safety - Safe Systems
Maschinenbau

URL of the course https://www.uni-due.de/srs/v-fs.php
Lecturer Univ.- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dirk Söffker
Assistant

tbd

Place

MB 243

Day

Tuesday

Time

3:45 pm - 7:45 pm

First course

October, 15th

Last course

November 26th

Consulting hours

By appointment

Literature

Norm IEC 61508
Bertsche, B. et al.: Zuverlässigkeit mechatronischer Systeme, Springer 2009
Verma, A.K. et al.: Reliability and Safety Engineering, Springer, 2009
Halang, W.A. (Hrsg): Funktionale Sicherheit, Springer, 2013
Nanda, M. et al. (Eds.): Formal Methods for Safety and Security - Case Studies for Aerospace Applications, Springer, 2018
Nanda, M. et al. (Eds.): Formal Methods for Safety and Security - Case Studies for Aerospace Applications, Springer, 2018
Gilbert, G. et al. (Eds): Safety Cultures, Safety Models - Taking Stock and Moving Forward, Springer, 2019
Keller, H.B. et al. (Eds.): Technical Safety – An Attribute of Quality - An Interdisciplinary Approach and Guideline, Springer, 2018

Content
  • Legal relationships and standards across different industrial sectors starting with Machinery Directive 2006/42/EG and the Product Safety Act.
  • Associated Terms and Methods: Terms (error, failure, malfunction), Systematic and Random Errors, Risk Assessment, Error Models, Failure Rates, Common-Mode Error, Requirements for Error Detection and Diagnostic Methods, Description of Requirements SIL, ASIL, PFD, PFH or POD, DR, FAR in the context of diagnostic methods
  • Methods for failure and risk minimization as well as securing functionality
  • Functional safety according to IEC 61508, EN 62061, and EN ISO 13849
  • Development and verification methodology for the automation context according to IEC 61508
Hints Further hints regarding lecture, exam, etc. are given in the first lecture.
Exam Written exam, closed book, in the examination period.
Description

Description [PDF]

Lecture material

  • Course-related required literature/references [PDF]
  • LU-0 Preliminary remarks [PDF]
  • LU-1 Motivation – Why Functional Safety is required? [PDF]
  • LU-2 Safety - How this is realized? [PDF]
  • LU-3-1 Methods to analyze what is required for related measures:
    Distributions and measures/reliability characteristics [PDF]
  • LU-3-2 Methods to analyze what is required for related measures:
    Procedures and algorithms for risk accessment [PDF]
  • LU-3-3 Methods to analyze what is required for related measures:
    Human reliabity: Three generations of methods [PDF]
  • LU-4 Problems, rules and standards in specific industrial/consumer areas [PDF]
  • LU-5 A (very) brief introduction to the safety culture approach
  • LU-6 Exercises using text book-based examples

Actual Information

14.10.2019

Due to schedule problems, the start and end time of the lecture are shifted. New times: 3:45 pm - 7:45 pm.