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Failure mechanisms in electronic components

H. F. Church

Failure mechanisms in electronic components

by H. F. Church

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Published by Electrical Research Association in Leatherhead, Surrey .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electronic apparatus and appliances -- Reliability.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 23-24.

    Statementby H. F. Church and B. C. Roberts.
    SeriesERA report ;, no. 5162
    ContributionsRoberts, B. C., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7870 .C456
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5722844M
    LC Control Number70428842

    Failure modes, mechanisms, and analysis of electronic components are described in Section Section gives important design guidelines for reliability at the component and assembly level. View. determining the root cause of any failure, whether it is due to corrosion, fracture, wear, or any other mechanism. The use of such an approach will minimize the likelihood that important details and features will be overlooked during the course of the failure investigation, as such details may not be recoverable once the failed component has been.

    ABB Semiconductors AG Section 4 S • the useful life, with a relatively constant failure rate, • the long-term wearout, with a (rapidly) increasing failure rate. This pattern is well known either as bath-tub curve or asroller- coaster curve (if one or more humps occur during the early life, which is often the case with electronic components). It so contributes to new approaches and the development of electronic and telecommunications component reliability. As a reference source, it summarizes the knowledge on failure modes, degradation and mechanisms, including a survey of accelerated testing, achieving better reliability, total quality topics, screening tests and prediction methods.

    The time of occurrence of failure must also be noted. Data from all the items under test must be collected and recorded whether or not there was a failure. 2. Prepare a plot of failure rate vs. Time: If, 1. The failure rate decreases with time, there is an opportunity to reduce it further by taking corrective actions on the product failures. 3. Charles A. Harper (Ed.) Handbook of Components for Electronics McGraw-Hill Book Company Inc. Acrobat 7 Pdf Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DRC + flatbed option.


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