Test design

Test design and Data analytic


Results

Many expensive tests have already been carried out unnecessarily, because no one has defined suitable target values in the first place.
I work with you to determine the right target values – for successful tests.

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Essence

Each test generates a plethora of data, so most of the time it’s not directly obvious.
My ability to abstract helps you filter the essence out of the data.

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General view

Dependencies are very crucial for assessing test scores and yet confusing.
I keep track with the help of my networked thinking.

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My offer

Test design

Capture the current situation

Definition of test targets

Determination of the measuring device

Setting fail/pass criteria

Creating the test plan and the test statements

Consulting


Data analytic

Capture the current situation

Viewing the dataset

Evaluation of the data transformations

Correlation analysis

Creating Automation

Presentation of results

Consulting


Fast pulse analysis

Pulse generators must be protected against overloads. Since, depending on the process, the parameters change with each pulse, each pulse must be analysed within 50 ms. This requires efficient data analytics.

My contribution

Analysis of the data structure
Identification of the key values
Deriving the evaluation algorithms
Performing a correlation analysis
Optimization of the algorithms on computation time
Checking the results
Defining the limit for the plant protection
Documentation of the evaluation process

Selfrag Analysis System

The verification of the system parameters takes place with the help of an analysis system. This system includes specially designed hardware and software. However, before the system could be used in the production facilities, it had to be tested in an intensive test.

My contribution

Defining the Key-Values for the Test
Setting the pass/fail limit
Requirements for the test procedure and the test plan
Analysing the test results
Documenting the results
Recommendations for improving
Conditions for the release

This is what others say about my work

“At the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT intensive studies on the long-term behavior of gas-wireless switches have been carried out over a period of several years. In particular, these related to the repetitive switching voltages of several hundred kilovolts at load currents in the kilo ampere range. One of the main goals of these investigations was to minimize burn rate of the switch. Dr. Reinhard Müller-Siebert was involved in the planning and implementation as well as in the evaluation of these investigations and proved in all stages of the work as a competent expert, whose indispensable contributions have significantly increased the knowledge gain in this research area.”

Develop your new technology with me