Shock Response of a Motherboard
Application ID: 65691
Electronic equipment often has to be certified to function after having been subjected to a specified shock load.
In this example, the effect of an 50g 11ms half sine shock on a circuit board is investigated using response spectrum analysis.
The results are compared with a time domain analysis using mode superposition.
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