The main reason for the premature breakdown of today's electronic products (computers, cars, tools, appliances, etc.) is the failure of the components used to build these products. Today professionals are looking for effective ways to minimize the degradation of electronic components to help ensure longer-lasting, more technically sound products and systems. This practical book offers engineers specific guidance on how to design more reliable components and build more reliable electronic systems. Professionals learn how to optimize a virtual component prototype, accurately monitor product reliability during the entire production process, and add the burn-in and selection procedures that are the most appropriate for the intended applications. Moreover, the book helps system designers ensure that all components are correctly applied, margins are adequate, wear-out failure modes are prevented during the expected duration of life, and system interfaces cannot lead to failure. Han-Chang Tsai, aAn Investigation on the Influence of Electromagnetic Interference Induced in Conducting Wire of Universal ...  Phuong, Le Minh, Silicon Light Emitting Devices for Integrated Applications, Ph. D. Thesis, University of Twente, 2003. ... Ageing, a Journal of Automation and Systems Engineering, 2008, jase.esrgroups.org/2_3_3_08%20proof.pdf. ... Current Bias, a Proceedings of the 44th IEEE Annual International Reliability Physics Symposium, San JosAc, 2006, pp.
|Title||:||Component Reliability for Electronic Systems|
|Author||:||Titu I. Băjenescu, Marius I. Bâzu|
|Publisher||:||Artech House - 2010|