Stress Screening of Electronic Hardware

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Report Number: RADC TR 82-87
Author(s): Saari, A. E., Schafer, R. E, VanDenBerg, S. J.
Corporate Author(s): Hughes Aircraft Company
Laboratory: Rome Air Development Center
Date of Publication: 1982-05-01
Pages: 224
Contract: F30602-80-C-0250
DoD Project: 2338
DoD Task: 233802
Identifier: ADA118261

This report presents the results of a study to develop quantitative and qualitative techniques for planning, monitoring and evaluating stress screening programs during electronic equipment development and production. A screening and debugging optimization (SDO) model developed on a prior study, RADC-TR-78-55, was revised to include current thermal cycling and vibration screening experience and an adaptive feature was added to allow stress screening program changes based on screening results.

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