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Single event effects in aerospace

Edward Petersen

Single event effects in aerospace

by Edward Petersen

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Published by Wiley in Hoboken, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electromagnetic pulse,
  • Protection,
  • Effect of radiation on,
  • Astrionics,
  • Electronic apparatus and appliances

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementEdward Petersen
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTL3000 .P48 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24808405M
    ISBN 109780470767498
    LC Control Number2011002191

    the single-event transient proceeds because of reduced electric fields [20]. 4. Single-Event Upset in SRAMs Single-event charge collection in charge-storage devices such as dynamic random access memories (DRAMs) causes upset by directly altering the stored charge at the information node [21].Author: Paul E. Dodd. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

    process management for avionics - atmospheric radiation effects - part 7: management of single event effects (see) analysis process in avionics design: iec ts process management for avionics - aerospace qualified electronic components (aqec) - part 1: integrated circuits and discrete semiconductors: iec ts On behalf of the IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society Radiation Effects Committee, it is my pleasure to invite you to join us for the 45th annual IEEE International Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference (NSREC). This year’s conference will be held July , , at the fabulous new JW Marriott Starr Pass.

    2 The Space Radiation Environment and Its Effect on Electronics. As electronic components have decreased in size and increased in complexity, their enhanced sensitivity to the space radiation environment and its effects (especially single-event effects, or SEEs) have become a major concern for the spacecraft engineer. A one-day short course, “New Technologies Meet Radiation Effects”, will be presented at the IEEE Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference. Advances in semiconductor technology with feature size scaling, new materials, and new device concepts enable new and improved capabilities for space-borne electronic systems.


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The book includes a discussion of the radiation environments in space and in the atmosphere, radiation rate prediction depending on the orbit to allow electronics engineers to design and select radiation tolerant components and systems, and single event prediction.

Single Event Effects in Aerospace is recommended for engineers who design or fabricate parts, subsystems, or systems used in avionics, missile, or satellite applications. It not only provides them with a current understanding of single event effects, it also enables them to predict single event rates in aerospace environments in order to make 4/5(2).

Single Event Effects in Aerospace Book Abstract: Enables readers to better understand, calculate, and manage single event effects Single event effects, caused by single ionizing particles that penetrate sensitive nodes within an electronic device, can lead to anything from annoying system responses to catastrophic system failures.

Single Event Effects in Aerospace is recommended for engineers who design or fabricate parts, subsystems, or systems used in avionics, missile, or satellite applications. It not only provides them with a current understanding of single event effects, it also enables them to predict single event rates in aerospace environments in order to make Cited by:   This book introduces the basic concepts necessary to understand Single Event phenomena which could cause random performance errors and catastrophic failures to electronics devices.

As miniaturization of electronics components advances, electronics components are more susceptible in the radiation environment. The book includes a discussion of the radiation Author: Edward Petersen.

Single Event Effects (SEE) Symposium coupled with the Military and Aerospace Programmable Logic Devices (MAPLD) Workshop Due to COVID concerns, SEE/MAPLD has been postponed to Octoberand will remain at the La Jolla Marriott.

This book introduces the basic concepts necessary to understand Single Event phenomena which could cause random performance errors and catastrophic failures to electronics devices.

As miniaturization of electronics components advances, electronics components are more susceptible in.

This book introduces the basic concepts necessary to understand Single Event phenomena which could cause random performance errors and catastrophic failures to electronics devices. As miniaturization of electronics components advances, electronics components are more susceptible in the radiation environment.

The book includes a discussion of the radiation. Overview of this Book, 10 Scope of this Book, 11 2. Foundations of Single Event Analysis and Prediction 13 Overview of Single Particle Effects, 13 Particle Energy Deposition, 15 Single Event Environments, 18 The Solar Wind and the Solar Cycle, 19 The Magnetosphere, Cosmic Ray, and Trapped Particle Motion,   Read "Single Event Effects in Aerospace" by Edward Petersen available from Rakuten Kobo.

This book introduces the basic concepts necessary to understand Single Event phenomena which could cause random performa Brand: Wiley. Get this from a library. Single Event Effects in Aerospace.

[Edward Petersen] -- This book introduces the basic concepts necessary to understand Single Event phenomena which could cause random performance errors and catastrophic failures to electronics devices. As miniaturization. This book introduces the basic concepts necessary to understand Single Event phenomena which could cause random performance errors and catastrophic failures to electronics devices.

As miniaturization of electronics components advances, electronics components are more susceptible in the Price: $ Single Event Effects. A single event effect (SEE) results from, as the term suggests, a single, energetic particle.

The possibility of single-event upsets was first postulated by Wallmark and Marcus in [1] The first actual satellite anomalies were reported by Binder et al.

in [2] Some of the early pioneering work was by May and Woods, who investigated alpha-particle-induced soft. commonly fall into the category termed single-event effects (SEE) and show up as a type of soft errors called single-event upsets (SEUs).

Over the last decade, Xilinx has made significant investments in research and testing to offer customers a full range of SEU mitigation options as well as the lowest intrinsic FIT rates in the industry. IEEE Single Event Effects in Aerospace, introduces the basic concepts necessary to understand Single Event phenomena which could cause random performance errors and catastrophic failures to electronics devices.

Single Event Effects (SEEs) are caused by a single, energetic particle, and can take on many forms. Single Event Upsets (SEUs) are soft errors, and non-destructive.

They normally appear as transient pulses in logic or support circuitry, or as bitflips in memory cells or registers. Several types of hard errors, potentially destructive, can. Single Event Effects in Aerospace by Edward Petersen. Wiley-IEEE Press, 1.

Hardcover. Used:Good. Single event effects in aerospace by Edward Petersen; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Electromagnetic pulse, Protection, Effect of radiation on.

The book includes a discussion of the radiation environments in space and in the atmosphere, radiation rate prediction depending on the orbit to allow electronics engineers to design and select radiation tolerant components and systems, and single event prediction.

Mitigation of Single event effects in FPGAs/SoCs, PLDs, and commercial electronics: Multi-level approaches for high reliability and fault tolerance (redundancy, TMR, SET filtering, etc), upset mitigation techniques and automated tools, etc.

single-event effects 47 Archetype for all single-event effects: single-event transients 47 Digital and analog single-event transients 49 Single-event upsets 51 Single-event functional interrupt 54 Single-event latchup 55 Single-event gate ruptures and .Single Event Effects In Aerospace è un libro di Components & Devices, Edward Petersen edito da John Wiley & Sons a novembre - EAN .Single Event Effects (SEE) Symposium coupled with the Military and Aerospace Programmable Logic Devices (MAPLD) Workshop May 22 - 25, San Diego, Marriott La Jolla.

Contact Us General Chair: SEE Symposium - Steve Guertin, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory / MAPLD - .