David S. Steinberg, Vibration Analysis for Electronic Equipment

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Hardcover - 414 pages 3nd edition (January 15, 2000)
John Wiley & Sons; ISBN: 047137685X ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.03 x 9.59 x 6.41

Vibration Analysis for Electronic Equipment describes the methods for designing electronic equipment that must work with a high degree of reliability in severe shock and vibration environments. This text provides practical methods for analyzing circuit boards and other equipment. Topics include sinusoidal vibration, random vibration, fatigue, classical shock, and shock response spectrum.
Table of Contents
Vibrations of Simple Electronic Systems.
Lumped Masses for Electronic Assemblies.
Beam Structures for Electronic Subassemblies.
Electronic Components, Frames, and Rings.
Printed-Circuit Boards and Flat Plates.
Preventing Sinusoidal Vibration Failures.
Understanding Random Vibration.
Designing for Shock Environments.
Designing Electronic Boxes.
Vibration Fixtures and Vibration Testing.
Fatigue in Electronic Structures.
Related Books of Interest: Harris, Shock and Vibration Handbook
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