By Dock Brown
Fundamentally, reliability is defined by how long a product will continue to work after it is used. All of the various engineering disciplines that work on electronics products, from design through manufacturing and support, require a basic understanding of how they contribute to product reliability.
This webinar will explain how product reliability begins with an understanding of the physics behind what makes products fail. It will also cover the relationship between quality and reliability, explain material properties and discuss basic measures and mechanisms of failures.
- Discover the physics behind what makes products fail.
- Understand the relationship between quality and reliability.
- Get a firm grasp on material properties.
- Learn basic measures and mechanisms of failures.