4 edition of Burn-in testing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Dimitri Kececioglu, Feng-Bin Sun.|
|LC Classifications||TK7870 .K363 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 668 p. :|
|Number of Pages||668|
|LC Control Number||97013930|
Other test stimuli may include humidity, thermal cycling, burn-in for a specified period of time, over-voltage, voltage cycling, and anything else that could logically expose defects. This requires only a few units and a short testing period to identify the fundamental limits of the technology being used. Burn-in is a temperature/bias reliability stress test used in detecting and screening out potential early life device failures. This hands-on resource provides a comprehensive analysis of these methods, showing how wafer-level testing during burn-in (WLTBI) helps lower product cost in semiconductor manufacturing.
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This book covers all aspects of burn-in-testing, from basic definitions to state-of-the-art concepts. Drawing on a broad database of studies, Burn-In Testing emphasizes mathematical and statistical models for quantifying the failure process, optimizing component reliability, and minimizing the total cost.
This book covers all aspects of burn-in testing, from basic definitions to state-of-the-art concepts. Drawing on a broad database of studies, Burn-In Testing emphasizes mathematical and statistical models for quantifying the failure process, optimizing component reliability, and minimizing the total cost.5/5(1).
This book covers all aspects of burn-in-testing, from basic definitions to state-of-the-art concepts. Drawing on a broad database of s.
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Author: Dimitri B. Kececioglu. A #BurnInBook Moment is a marker for when a trend, scene or tech from the book plays out in the real world. You can post your own moment or review with the hashtag #BurnInBook. Burn-In Test: In computer testing, a burn-in test is a type of test where a computer, device or component is run for an extended length of time in order to identify any potential problems.
It aims to reveal any problems or defects within a system by operating it in the most rigorous, extreme or. This book covers all aspects of burn-in testing, from basic definitions to state-of-the-art concepts.
Drawing on a broad database of studies, Burn-In Testing emphasizes mathematical and statistical models for quantifying the failure process, optimizing component reliability, and minimizing the total cost.
Burn-in is an accepted practice for detecting early failures in a population of semiconductor devices. It usually requires the electrical testing of a product, using an expected operating electrical cycle (extreme of operating condition), typically over a time period of hours.
Burn-in is the key screening step and is typically applied on % of the components in a lot. A set of different test methods and requirements is defined for each product family, depending on the failure mechanisms that are targeted to be activated.
Get this from a library. Burn-in testing: its quantification and optimization. [Dimitri Kececioglu; Feng-bin Sun] -- When scientifically planned and conducted, burn-in testing offers one of the most effective methods of reliability screening at the component level.
By testing individual elements under constant. Burn-In Testing. As the name suggestions, burn-in testing is a more intense type of testing for PCBs.
It’s designed to detect early failures and establish load capacity. Because of its intensity, burn-in testing can be destructive to the parts being tested. Burn-in testing. Burn-in is the process of increasing the quality of a product and its components by testing the operation of the components under normal and accelerated environmental conditions prior to service.
The testing procedure involved in burn-in helps in that it allows substandard components to fail and be replaced before the device reaches the consumer. The most systematic, up-to-date coverage of burn-in testing available.
-- By Dimitri Kececioglu, the world's leading expert in reliability engineering. -- Covers new techniques, including empirical MRL plots, TTT-transforms, TTT-plots, accelerated burn-in through temperature cycling, and more. -- Includes extensive numerical examples with step-by.
As any fool can plainly see, the second run is a lot better than the first. One way to say what is wrong with the first is that there is an initial transient that is unrepresentative of the equilibrium distribution. The obvious cure is to toss the initial iterations, or in other words to use a burn-in period of n = But strictly speaking, the description of the problem using the.
Burn-in is the process by which components of a system are exercised prior to being placed in service (and often, prior to the system being completely assembled from those components).
This testing process will force certain failures to occur under supervised conditions so an understanding of load capacity of the product can be established.
As a result, burn-in testing may take up to 80% of the total time of product testing thus reducing the production throughput. The burn-in process also incurs high manufacturing costs.
Burn-in Testing Techniques for Switching Power Supplies Introduction One of the consequences of the rapid growth of the telecommu-nications, desktop computing, and network server markets is a burgeoning demand for switching power supplies and DC-to-DC converters.
File Size: 49KB. Reliability Prediction from Burn-In Data Fit to Reliability Models. Book • This book will combine the knowledge taught in many reliability publications and illustrate how to use the knowledge presented by the semiconductor manufacturing companies in combination with the HTOL end-of-life testing that is currently performed by the.
Burn-in testing of the original NeXT computers from Steve Jobs' previous company was a little hazardous, as the cases were made from a magnesium alloy, and spectacular amounts of heat and light could often be seen surging from NeXT dealerships around 'burn-in' testing time.
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BURN-IN DEFINITIONS. In MIL-STDC , Method"Burn-in Test," burn-in is defined as follows: Burn-in is a test performed for the purpose of screening or eliminating marginal devices, those with inherent defects or defects resulting from manufacturing aberrations which cause time and stress dependent failures.
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In this chapter subtle aspects of burn-in test are described and the junction temperature trends with scaling under burn-in condition are presented.