ELECTRONIC PROJECT DESIGN AND FABRICATION

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Electronic Project Design And Fabrication

Author : Ronald A. Reis
ISBN : 0131130544
Genre : House & Home
File Size : 68.27 MB
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With its hands-on approach and careful focus on key topics, this innovative book gives thorough coverage of the fundamentals of electronic design, fabrication, and documentation, PLUS a complete experience in creating electronic prototype devices. Readers can work their way through projects covering all skill levels and will learn how to present a thorough Project Report—with written and graphic documentation—delineating procedures, developments, and specifications of a project. This book asks the reader to both design and construct a project and document the procedure. Easy to read and informative, it covers safety; the design process; drawings; technical writing; experimenting; prototyping through printed circuit board design, fabrication, and final assembly and packaging; testing, troubleshooting, and final documentation; computer-aided design (CAD); and surface mount technology. An excellent reference for industrial, mechanical, and electronic engineers, as well as technical writers in these fields.
Category: House & Home

Computer Aided Electronic Circuit Board Design And Fabrication

Author : Akram Hossain
ISBN : 0130320951
Genre : Education
File Size : 25.9 MB
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Offers a complete hands-on approach to the use of computer-aided software and laboratory-based hardware tools for the design and fabrication of electronic printed circuit boards in an EDA environment. Beginning with basic electronic concepts and ending with fully-developed projects, it features extensive examples and complete solutions to computer-aided electronic circuit board design and fabrication using the most affordable and widely used EDA software tools from OrCAD, Inc. Appropriate for self-paced study in computer-aided tools for electronic design.
Category: Education

Energy Alternatives

Author : Charles P. Cozic
ISBN : PSU:000032903089
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 81.33 MB
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A collection of articles offering opinions for and against such energy issues as whether fossil fuels should be replaced, the uses of nuclear power, alternatives to gasoline-powered cars, and the need for a national energy policy.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Green Electronics Design And Manufacturing

Author : Sammy G. Shina
ISBN : 9780071642675
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 44.12 MB
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Successfully Design and Manufacture Reliable Environmentally-Friendly Electronic Products This state-of-the-art resource brings together contributions by a team of experts from the total electronics supply chain who show how to master the strategy, design, test and implementation issues of meeting global environmental regulations. Edited by the founder of the New England Lead-Free Consortium and filled with over 130 detailed illustrations, Green Electronics Design and Manufacturing features: Guidance for lead-free conversions while maintaining quality and reliability for printed circuit board production and rework of surface mount technology and palted through holes Restriction of hazardous substances (RoHS) compliance for hex-chrome and future halogen free issues Detailed coverage of global environmental regulations and their impact on manufacturing and design processes Techniques for managing corporate strategy and project design teams for green products Proven methods for testing and analyzing green products Proven methods for dealing with the adverse results of green production such as tin whiskers and finish interactions Inside this Cutting-Edge Guide to Creating Green Electronic Products • Basics, Test Methods, and Experimental Techniques for Green Quality and Reliability • Electronics Industry Global Environmental Regulations • Managing Corporate Strategy, Design Projects, and Teams for Green Products • Converting to Lead-Free Electronics Manufacturing, Including Rework, for SMT, BGA, and PTH • Conversion Issues with Design Changes, Laminates, IC Packages, and Printed Circuit Boards • Adverse Consequences of Lead-Free, Including Tin Whiskers and Finish Interactions • Nanotechnology and Its Future in Electronics Applications
Category: Technology & Engineering

Embedded Microcontroller Interfacing

Author : Gourab Sen Gupta
ISBN : 3642136362
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 23.75 MB
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Mixed-Signal Embedded Microcontrollers are commonly used in integrating analog components needed to control non-digital electronic systems. They are used in automatically controlled devices and products, such as automobile engine control systems, wireless remote controllers, office machines, home appliances, power tools, and toys. Microcontrollers make it economical to digitally control even more devices and processes by reducing the size and cost, compared to a design that uses a separate microprocessor, memory, and input/output devices. In many undergraduate and post-graduate courses, teaching of mixed-signal microcontrollers and their use for project work has become compulsory. Students face a lot of difficulties when they have to interface a microcontroller with the electronics they deal with. This book addresses some issues of interfacing the microcontrollers and describes some project implementations with the Silicon Lab C8051F020 mixed–signal microcontroller. The intended readers are college and university students specializing in electronics, computer systems engineering, electrical and electronics engineering; researchers involved with electronics based system, practitioners, technicians and in general anybody interested in microcontrollers based projects.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Electronics Computer Aided Design

Author : Phil L. Jones
ISBN : 071903079X
Genre : Computer-aided design.
File Size : 39.13 MB
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In the UK, since 1986, industrial software for computer aided design and testing has been made available to universities, polytechnics, and colleges. This collection of papers and notes describes the experience of some twenty UK establishments in making use of such industrial- standard software and also industrial support in fabricating chips when designed. Distributed by St. Martin's. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Category: Computer-aided design.

Handbook Of Electronic Package Design

Author : Michael Pecht
ISBN : 9781351829977
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 28.69 MB
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Both a handbook for practitioners and a text for use in teaching electronic packaging concepts, guidelines, and techniques. The treatment begins with an overview of the electronics design process and proceeds to examine the levels of electronic packaging and the fundamental issues in the development
Category: Technology & Engineering

Designing Electronic Product Enclosures

Author : Tony Serksnis
ISBN : 9783319693958
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 58.22 MB
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This text explains the process of the design of product electronic enclosures. These products typically contain a printed circuit board. The text takes the reader from the original idea for a product, through the shipment in quantity to a customer. For the product enclosure designer, this proceeds through design layout, material selection, prototype building, testing, and ongoing design improvement. The book presents a substantive and lucid treatment of the structural, thermal, user-interface, assembly, quality control, and cost considerations of the product enclosure. Of special note is a discussion on the regulatory issues involved with the design of a product. A main thrust of the text is on the "commercialization" aspects of electronic products, that is, when an enclosure is needed for the product to meet environmental and certification requirements globally. The book targets the broadest audience tasked to design/manufacture an enclosure, from mechanical/industrial engineers to designers and technicians. While the intent of the text is not to provide a complete understanding of relevant physical phenomena addressed (strength of materials, shock and vibration, heat transfer), the book provides a ready reference on how and where these key properties may be considered in the design of most electronic enclosures. Elucidates successful enclosure design for electronic products, defining the design team and the definition of success Explains the processes for building enclosures, including printed circuit board layout (mechanical considerations) and optimal object placement, structural considerations, material selection, and user interface design Includes treatment of serviceability, product environments, standards and testing, cooling techniques as well as guidelines for Electromagnetic Compliance (EMC) standards and testing required to pass FCC/CE Reinforces design concepts presented with relevant solved problems
Category: Technology & Engineering