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PostPosted: 19 Jun 2017, 19:07 
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Over the last few months, I've accumulated a list of interesting and curious questions:

Q1: What is the damage equation for single shock events?
Q2: What is the damage equation for repeated shock events?
Q3: What type of strain does Sherlock use to calculate damage? Does it calculate either shear strain or normal strain for damage calculation?
Q4: How is solder material applied on the board to establish the connection between parts and the board?
Q5: How does Sherlock calculate TTF?
Q6: How does Sherlock calculate probability of failure?
Q7: How does Sherlock calculate a module score for random vibration?
Q8: How does Sherlock calculate damage for solder fatigue?
Q9: How does Sherlock calculate probability of failure?
Q10: How is the solder fatigue module score calculated?

If you're interested in the answers, take a peak at the attached FAQ.


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