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Life Prediction of Failure Mechanisms of the CubeSat Mission Board using Sherlock of Reliability and Life Prediction Tools
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Life Prediction of Failure Mechanisms of the CubeSat Mission Board using Sherlock of Reliability and Life Prediction Tools
Jeon, Su-Hyeon; Kwon, Yae-Ha; Kwon, Hyeong-Ahn; Lee, Yong-Geun; Lim, In-OK; Oh, Hyun-Ung;
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 Abstract
A cubesat classified as a pico-satellite typically uses commercial-grade components that satisfy the vibration and thermal environmental specifications and goes into mission orbit even after undergoing minimum environment tests due to their lower cost and short development period. However, its reliability exposed to the physical environment such as on-orbit thermal vacuum for long periods cannot be assured under minimum tests criterion. In this paper, we have analysed the reliability and life prediction of the failure mechanisms of the cubesat mission board during its service life under the launch and on-orbit environment by using the sherlock software which has been widely used in automobile fields to predict the reliability of electronic devices.
 Keywords
Printed Circuit Board;Life Prediction;Reliability;Sherlock;
 Language
Korean
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