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Automotive Electronics Reliability
- Progress In Technology
Published January 01, 2001 by SAE International in United States
- 544 pages
With the increasing use of electronics in automobiles, the need for information on the reliability of various components, parts, systems and subsystems is essential. Automotive Electronics Reliability contains 63 technical papers and articles that substantiate the progress that has been made in this area. The book features four sections which cover the many changes in all areas of automotive electronics reliability: Reliability Design Methodologies - covers computer platforms, fault tolerance systems, time-triggered protocol (TTP), and system accidents. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Considerations in Design - includes details on how designers have dealt with problems and solutions including R/C networks, L/C networks, and multilayer varistors. Examples of Reliable Product Designs - includes papers on the latest technology such as mechatronics, microcontrollers, time-triggered operating systems, high power surface mount packages, and multichip modules. Reliability Test Procedures - covers accelerated reliability testing, failure analysis, Multiple Environment Overstress Test, FMECA, FMEA, Weibull analysis and other testing methods. The book concludes with a chapter on the future of automotive electronics reliability and the changing control software, the ITS Data Bus, and more.