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Worst case circuit analysis-an overview (electronic parts/circuits tolerance analysis)

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1 Author(s)
Smith, W.M. ; Design & Evaluation Inc., Laurel Springs, NJ, USA

This paper has been prepared utilizing material from Design and Evaluation, Inc.'s (D&E) training course and engineering handbooks on worst case circuit analysis (WCCA). The WCCA training course was developed by D&E and upgraded under contract to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory to standardize an approach to performing worst case circuit analysis and to exemplify the methodologies and tools for completing a customer acceptable worst case circuit analysis final report. The WCCA methodologies discussed herein for the development of a worst case parts variation database, sensitivity analysis and the mathematical approaches of the extreme value analysis (EVA), root-sum-square (RSS) and Monte Carlo analysis for solving circuit equations and combining variables have become an accepted industry standard over the last eight years

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Reliability and Maintainability Symposium, 1996 Proceedings. International Symposium on Product Quality and Integrity., Annual

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22-25 Jan 1996