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PWL#053B - Failure Analysis, Physical Survey, Evidence Collection, Witness Information,Investigation
January 15, 2008
|Mid Month Bulletin 21
PWL#053B - Failure Analysis, Root Cause Determination, Physical Survey, Evidence Collection, Witness Information, Metallurgical Investigation, Techniques and more...
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Please note that the following Resources are not limited only to failures of Weldments but deal with problems and procedures of investigations in general.
Root cause determination is the part of failure analysis that provides understanding on why the failure occurred and suggests means and procedures to avoid similar occurrences in the future.
A specialized body of knowledge is being built on the failures affecting mass production of electronic devices. Its advancements are reviewed in dedicated yearly Conferences. This aspect was left on purpose out of our interests.
Resources on Failure Analysis (21)
A Re-Examination of Failure Analysis and Root Cause Determination (33 pages)
The Hard Work of Failure Analysis
Failure Analysis - Industrial Case Studies
Failure Analysis COMPARE
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