Design for Reliability Using Ansys Sherlock

Ansys Sherlock automated design analysis software is the only reliability physics/physics of failure (PoF)-based electronics design analysis software that provides fast and accurate life predictions for electronic hardware at the component, board and system levels in early design stages. The process for creating reliability predictions is automated directly from the electrical layout tools. Ansys Sherlock is also used at the component level and system level, from on-die GDS2 layers to full-box design.

Approximately 73% of product development costs are spent on the test-fail-fix-repeat cycle. Sherlock accelerates this process by empowering designers to accurately model silicon–metal layers, semiconductor packaging, printed circuit boards (PCBs) and assemblies to predict solder fatigue failures due to thermal, mechanical and manufacturing conditions. This helps eliminate test failures and design flaws, accelerate product qualification and introduce groundbreaking technologies.   

This webinar delivers an insightful overview of Ansys Sherlock and provides a live demonstration.

  • Learn how Sherlock provides fast and accurate life predictions for electronic hardware at the component, board and system levels in early design stages.
  • Understand how Sherlock helps predict solder fatigue failures due to thermal, mechanical and manufacturing conditions.
  • Discover how Sherlock is used at the component level and system level, from on-die GDS2 layers to full-box design.

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