Reliability 102: Design Rules vs. Design Tools21 Iulie 2020

Ora: 18:00 (Romania)

Historically, engineers have tried to ensure electronic product reliability by applying a series of design rules and achieving high mean time between failure (MTBF) calculated values. The results have been confusing in some cases and highly misleading in others.

This webinar showcases how Ansys Sherlock — a powerful automated design analysis tool — applies validated reliability physics modeling, enabling engineers to achieve faster and more accurate reliability predictions.

  • Understand how Sherlock provides fast and accurate life predictions for electronic hardware at the component, board and system levels in early design stages.
  • Discover how Sherlock helps predict solder fatigue due to thermal, mechanical and shock and vibration conditions.
  • Learn how Sherlock reduces finite element analysis (FEA) modeling time and provides insights before prototyping.

 

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