Introduction to Reliability Physics Analysis
Ensuring the reliability of an electronic design is becoming more and more critical as electronics become increasingly widespread and complex. Studies have found that design can account for up to 70% of a product’s total cost. So why do organizations continue to rely on the antiquated and expensive “design-build-test-fix” approach? Reliability physics analysis (RPA) gives organizations a better, more scientific way of testing for reliability to improve time to market, lower design costs and build more reliable and robust products.
- The state of reliability testing and why “design-build-test-fix” no longer works
- Introduction to reliability physics analysis and how it is derived from the physics of failure (PoF)
- How reliability physics analysis enhances simulation and modeling
- Where reliability physics fits into an organization’s design process
- Who is responsible for reliability physics analysis