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Accession Number AD-A176 847/2
Title Environmental Stress Screening. Revision A.
Publication Date Sep 1986
Media Count 162p
Personal Author A. E. Saari S. J. VanDenBerg J. E. Angus
Abstract Environmental Stress Screening is now being employed throughout the defense industry as a means of precipitating latent part and workmanship defects prior to fielding, with the expectation that improved field reliability and reduced support costs will res ...
Keywords Assembly
Cost effectiveness
Costs
Defects(Materials)
Department of defense
Detection
Dormancy
Efficiency
Electronic equipment
Environmental Stress Screening
Equations
Escape systems
Industries
Manufacturing
Operations research
Parts
Quality control
Reduction
Reliability
Statistical processes
Stresses
Thermal stresses
Thermography
Trade off analysis


 
Source Agency Air Force
Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 41G - Quality Control & Reliability
94B - Quality Control & Reliability
Corporate Author Hughes Aircraft Co., Fullerton, CA.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Final technical rept. 1982-1985.
NTIS Issue Number 8711
Contract Number F30602-82-C-0121

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