Automotive electronics suppliers are facing increasingly complex challenges as they look to meet OEM and industry reliability standards including SAEJ3168. Simulation offers an efficient and effective means to address requirements outlined in these specifications and standards including those related to mechanical shock, vibration, thermal cycling, and others that have historically been addressed using physical testing.
This Webinar will explore the challenges facing these automotive electronics suppliers as well as how simulation provides solutions to those challenges like component life predictions for electronic systems that can be used for comparison to desired product lifetime goals.
During this 30-minute Webinar, attendees will:
- Learn about the latest standards and requirements for automotive electronics
- Learn how to implement the virtual validation workflows that will help them meet different reliability criteria
- Discover best practices on how to design relaible and safe automotive electronics
Kelly Morgan, Sr. Principal Application Engineer, Ansys
Kelly Morgan is a Principal Engineer for Electronics Reliability at Ansys Inc. as well as the acting Product Manager for Ansys Sherlock and the Ansys Electronics Reliability Initiative. For the past eight years, Kelly has supported a wide range of customers at Ansys, primarily focusing on structural applications and the reliability of electronic systems. Prior to joining Ansys, he worked as a Stress Analyst at Lockheed Martin and as a Civil/Structural Engineer focused on the seismic analysis of nuclear power plants at Areva. Kelly holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford University.
Amanda Hosey, Editor, SAE Media Group