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Process Management for Radiation Effects at Altitude

William Murray
SunitaT0
SunitaT0
7/29/2013 11:26:39 PM
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Re : Process Management for Radiation Effects at Altitude
Details of the radiation environment are delivered together with identification of potential problems caused as a result of the atmospheric radiation received. Suitable methods are given for quantifying Single Event Effect (SEE) rates in electronic components. The overall system safety methodology should be extended to accommodate the Single Event Effects rates and to demonstrate the appropriateness of the electronics for the application at the component and system level.

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hassanbaby11
7/25/2013 7:45:13 AM
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B_Albing
B_Albing
7/22/2013 9:54:04 AM
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Radiation! Who'd have thought?
@WM - thanks for this. We don't usually think that radiation matters unless you're an astronaut or work at a nuclear power plant. But it matters even in an airplane.

I'll prepare a blog that discusses radiation testing and failure mechanisms. Thanks.

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