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Liability Related Electronic Control Deficiencies

  • James E. SmallEmail author
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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Fire book series (BRIEFSFIRE)

Abstract

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    Connector requirement and specifications are misunderstood:

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      Connectors are often chosen for a new design due to their success in a previous similar design without adequate FMEA (Failure Mode Effects Analysis). It is often the case that more of the available connections within a connector are used in a new application, without realizing the current rating of each conductor may be adversely affected.

       
     
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Keywords

Dendritic Growth Connector Requirement Power Relay Relay Switching Wire Gage 
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References

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    Small, James, E., Vicars, Richard J, Plastic Enclosed Printed Circuit Boards: “A Potentially Perilous Combination,” Product Compliance Engineering (ISPCE), 2010 IEEE Symposium on 18–20 Oct. 2010, doi: 10.1109/PSES.2010.5637815
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    Bumiller, E and Hillman, Hillman, Dr. Craig, “Review of Models for Time-to-Failure Due to Metallic Migration Mechanisms”, Last accessed June, 2016, http://www.dfrsolutions.com/uploads/white-papers/Time-to-Failure_Metallic_Migration.pdf
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    S.W. Chaikin, J. Janney, EM. Church, and C.W. McClelland, “Silver Migration and Printed Wiring,” Indust. Eng. Chem., vol. 51, p. 299, 1959Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Fort WayneUSA

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