More on Mechanical System HALT
Join Kirk, John and Fred as they discuss the use of design analysis for tailoring stresses including finite element analysis to help define the HALT stress and potential structural weaknesses. John discusses his experience in HALT testing large and small electric motors, hydraulic systems and some of the common failure mechanisms. John’s experience with mechanical HALT includes shooting a pressure transducer through the roof during one test.
- The use of Design Review Based on Failure Modes (DRBFM) to tailor stresses
- HALT application for electric motors and hydraulics systems
- Finding mechanical HALT limits can be dramatic
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Here is a link to Kirk and John’s new book “Next Generation HALT and HASS: Robust Design of Electronics and Systems” available on Amazon