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Predictive reliability and prognostics for electronic components: Current capabilities and future challenges

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6 Author(s)
Chris Bailey ; Computational Mechanics and Reliability Group School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences University of Greenwich, Greenwich, London SE10 9LS ; Hua Lu ; Stoyan Stoyanov ; Chunyan Yin
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Future analysis tools that predict the behavior of electronic components, both during qualification testing and in-service lifetime assessment, will be very important in predicting product reliability and identifying when to undertake maintenance. This paper will discuss some of these techniques and illustrate these with examples. The paper will also discuss future challenges for these techniques.

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2008 31st International Spring Seminar on Electronics Technology

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7-11 May 2008