Fault Tree Analysis is technique for reliability and safety analysis. It is used in air force for use with the minuteman system. It is mainly used in the field of safety engineering to quantitatively determine the probability of a safety hazard. It is basically composed of logic diagrams that display the state of the system and is constructed using graphical design techniques. It is used in safety engineering and in all major fields of engineering. It is a logical, structured process that help identify potential causes of system failure before the failures actually occur and powerful design tools that can help ensure that product performance objectives. It includes manufacturing equipment, automotive subsystems, aircraft, nuclear power plants, and weapons systems.
FBE coating is the abbreviation for Fusion Bonded Epoxy coating also known as fusion-bond epoxy powder coating. FBE coatings are thermoset polymer coatings. Mechanical protection of FBE is necessary if concrete coating is applied by impingement. It is widely used to protect various sizes of steel pipes used in pipeline construction, concrete reinforcing rebars and on a wide variety of piping connections and valves from deterioration due to corrosion.