Blog Posts from our team
Blog —ESPEC COVID-19 Procedures (May 19 2020)
ESPEC is taking the initiative to ensure the safety of employees and maintain a safe workspace
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Blog —The effect of a thermal mass on the performance of a T3.0 system (May 14 2020)
How an 87 pound aluminum load affected the ramp rates and liquid nitrogen usage in a T3.0 system
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Blog —Estimating Utility consumption during HALT (March 26 2020)
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Blog —When and How to Use Jam Nuts in HALT Fixturing (March 09 2020)
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Blog —No room for an accelerometer on your PCBA? (June 22 2018)
Finding a place for your accelerometer in your PCBA during HALT can get difficult.
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Blog —ESPEC Performs Li-ion Battery Testing (January 03 2018)
ESPEC testing chambers meet all battery reliability and safety standards
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Blog —Vibration Isolation – A Simple, Versatile Solution (December 05 2017)
Vibration Isolation – A Simple, Versatile Solution
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Blog —Stress Testing and Reliability Conference - SNEAK PEAK: Mitigating Risk (September 18 2017)
The opportunities for residual, undetected risks to induce failures increases with system complexity and, paradoxically, with the cost and consequences of those failures.
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Blog — Choosing Electro-Dynamic or Repetitive Shock Vibration (July 24 2017)
ESPEC had the privilege of having an article published in "Quality magazine"
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Blog —High Speed Chamber Airflow and “Spinning Down a Beer” (June 12 2017)
Here’s the story I like to tell when I’m explaining the role of air flow in thermal change rates.
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Blog — Low Frequency Resonance Excitation (June 01 2017)
Low frequency excitation experiment with different lengths of a 3/8" all thread rod.
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Blog —BGA Failures during Cold Step Stress testing in HALT (April 28 2017)
Fine crack after stress cycling with HALT.
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Blog —Will HALT Accelerate Fretting Corrosion? (December 30 2016)
Fretting corrosion is a bit difficult, because it’s really a two stage process.
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Blog —Budgeting for HALT Lab Work (December 20 2016)
ACTUAL LAB TIME The total duration of your test at ESPEC depends on a few different factors.
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Blog —Year End Planning and Preparing Your Lab Budget – Part 1 (December 14 2016)
For next year’s budget: Accelerometers: Put in for a couple of Triax’s as well, they are nice to have to evaluate fixturing effectiveness in multiple axes quickly Fixturing Hardware: 80/20 extrusions, aluminum, Radel and/or Delrin stock Data logging and test equipment.
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Blog —Welcome to the ESPEC Blog! (December 08 2016)
Welcome to the ESPEC blog. This space will be utilized to provide information from the experts in areas related to Accelerated Reliability.
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Blog —Qualmark Corp Acquires Hobbs Engineering (November 02 2016)
Hobbs Engineering is the worldwide leader in HALT/HASS education through seminars, webinars, and published content delivered by Reliability industry professionals with extensive expertise.
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Blog —Automotive Testing Expo (October 10 2016)
ESPEC exhibits at the Automotive Testing Expo
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