Length: 2 Days
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Failure Analysis in Electronic Systems Training by Tonex

This course delves into the methods and techniques used in failure analysis of electronic systems. Participants will learn to identify, analyze, and address failures, enhancing the reliability and performance of electronic components and systems.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand failure analysis concepts and methodologies
  • Identify common failure mechanisms in electronic systems
  • Utilize various failure analysis techniques
  • Interpret failure data and results
  • Develop corrective actions to prevent failures
  • Enhance the reliability of electronic systems

Audience:

  • Electronic Engineers
  • Reliability Engineers
  • Quality Assurance Engineers
  • Maintenance Engineers
  • Product Development Engineers

Program Modules:

  1. Introduction to Failure Analysis in Electronic Systems
    • Definitions and concepts
    • Importance and benefits
    • Industry applications
    • Standards and best practices
    • Case studies
    • Common failure types
  2. Failure Mechanisms in Electronic Systems
    • Electrical overstress (EOS)
    • Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
    • Thermal fatigue
    • Material defects
    • Manufacturing issues
    • Environmental factors
  3. Failure Analysis Techniques
    • Visual inspection
    • Microscopy (optical, SEM, TEM)
    • Spectroscopy (EDS, XRF)
    • Electrical testing
    • Thermal imaging
    • Non-destructive testing (NDT)
  4. Data Collection and Analysis
    • Failure data collection methods
    • Root cause analysis (RCA)
    • Fault tree analysis (FTA)
    • Failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA)
    • Statistical analysis
    • Predictive modeling
  5. Developing Corrective Actions
    • Identifying corrective actions
    • Implementing design changes
    • Process improvements
    • Testing and validation
    • Documentation and reporting
    • Preventive measures
  6. Enhancing Reliability and Performance
    • Reliability engineering principles
    • Design for reliability (DfR)
    • Reliability testing
    • Quality assurance practices
    • Continuous improvement strategies
    • Future trends in failure analysis

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