By Michael Blattau
There are many factors that can lead to the wrong predictions from a simulation. One of the most common factors is using the incorrect material properties of a component in a Finite Element Analysis (FEA). This can occur through a lack of information provided in the manufacturer’s data sheet or the data itself doesn’t exist.
In this webinar, you will learn the reasons why an electronic assembly might fail reliability testing even when the FEA simulation predicted it should pass. This webinar will illustrate examples of physical tests that can be performed to ensure that realistic material properties are used in reliability testing and how to define material properties when there is incomplete data provided.