Papers by Author: Long Tao Liu

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Authors: Xiao Xi Guo, Chuan Ri Li, Long Tao Liu
Abstract: With the increasing problems of fatigue failure of PCB in aeronautic and astronautic electronic chassis, the paper proposes a life prediction method of the solder connector based on physics of failure by simulation and physical test. The virtual modal and random vibration response of the box should be solved by finite element method in the ANSYS software, and these results have been verified by modal test and random vibration test. While the structure parameter and the environment stress of the box, the results of the simulation as the input of the vibration fatigue physics of failure model, the life of solder connector could be computed. There is a comparison between results from the CalcePWA software and it from physics of failure model and simulation.
Authors: Fei Xu, Chuan Ri Li, Tong Min Jiang, Long Tao Liu
Abstract: Various failures in electronic systems, particularly in the connections between the printed circuit board (PCB) and components, are due to mechanical shock and vibration. The vibration characteristic of a plug-in PCB in an airborne electronic case (AEC) was studied first by finite element modeling (FEM) and experimental techniques. The coupling method and torsional spring elements were used in FEM to better simulate the PCB’s realistic boundary condition. A reasonable correlation between simulation and test results was obtained. Since the fundamental frequency is one of the most important dynamic characteristics of PCB, the orthogonal design and variance analysis, as well as FEM method, were discussed subsequently to investigate the effects of different factors. Analysis results demonstrate a good correlation with current studies. Finally, a general design guideline was presented to maximize the PCB’s fundamental frequency.
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