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Tyler Ferris is an expert in reliability physics simulations and principles. As a member of ANSYS, Ferris has consulted with customers in the aerospace, automotive, industrial controls and data center industries. He has evaluated system, PCBA and component-level failure risk by applying techniques like finite element analysis and hands-on laboratory failure analysis. Ferris has experience with the theoretical mechanisms that drive electronics failure and their physical effects on actual systems. He also has B.S. and M.S. degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. Author: Tyler Ferris
About the Author: Tyler Ferris is an expert in reliability physics simulations and principles. As a member of ANSYS, Ferris has consulted with customers in the aerospace, automotive, industrial controls and data center industries. He has evaluated system, PCBA and component-level failure risk by applying techniques like finite element analysis and hands-on laboratory failure analysis. Ferris has experience with the theoretical mechanisms that drive electronics failure and their physical effects on actual systems. He also has B.S. and M.S. degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.

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