Reliable Design of Electronic Equipment: An Engineering Guide

English | ISBN: 3319091107 | 2015 | 170 pages | PDF | 2 MB

This book explains reliability techniques with examples from electronics design for the benefit of engineers.

It presents the application of de-rating, FMEA, overstress analyses and reliability improvement tests for designing reliable electronic equipment.


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