Article on Risk Priority Numbers Available in the Ombu Library

The Risk Priority Number (RPN) is a method to allocate resources. The article discusses the risk management approach of assigning risk acceptability based on severity and probability. In contrast, the FMECA, a reliability tool, often uses the RPN on a scale of 1 to 1,000. The article explains the role of the RPN and shows that there are only 120 possible values, not the 1,000 as commonly expected.