A Method of Space Radiation Environment Reliability Prediction (太空辐射环境下的可靠性预测方法）
The speakers of this talk received the 2016 Best RAMS Paper award (The R. A. Evans - P. K. McElroy Award).
Abstract: This talk defines the concept of space radiation environment reliability for satellites and establishes a model of space radiation environment reliability prediction, which establishes the relationship among system failure rate and space radiation environment failure rate and non-space radiation environment failure rate. This is also a general model and may be applied to airplanes and ground network computers operating in the natural radiation environment. A prediction application case study has been illustrated for a small payload. The models and methods of space radiation environment reliability prediction are used with ground test data of TID, SEE for FPGA.
Speaker's Bio: Mr. Qunyong Wang is the founder of STEA since 2005. He conducts research on space radiation environment testing engineering technology for electronic products, and accelerated long life assessment method for electronic components. He was a Senior Engineer on failure analysis for electronic components, reliability physics, field reliability analysis, natural environment testing technology for electronic equipment in China Electronic Product Reliability and Environment Institute (CEPREI) from 1982 to 2005. He received his B.S. on photo-electronics from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) in 1982.
Mrs. Dongmei Chen is senior engineer on single event effect, accelerated long life assessment method in STEA since 2006. She worked in China Electronic Product Reliability and Environment Institute (CEPREI) from 1992 to 2006. She got her B.S. on management engineering from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) in 1992, and Bachelor on electronic materials from UESTC in 1990.
Dr. Hua Bai is a senior engineer on reliability theory, accelerated long life assessment method in STEA since 2007. He received his PhD on theoretical physics from University of Science and Technology of China in 2005. He was a post doctor fellow on theoretical physics from University of Science and Technology of China in 2007.
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