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Drop Test Simulation of a Cordless Mouse 2004

Drop Test Simulation of a Cordless Mouse 2004

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Assessing the response of a prototype electronic device to shock loading typically involves a combination of laboratory testing and analytical simulation. Simulations have clear advantages over physical tests in that they offer repeatable results, provide information at any point in the model at any time during the analysis, can be performed at less cost and can be included at any stage in the design process. The analysis considered in this Technology Brief is a simulation of a 1-meter drop test of a cordless, optical computer mouse. The potential malfunction of electronic components is the primary focus of the analysis.
Assessing the response of a prototype electronic device to shock loading typically involves a combination of laboratory testing and analytical simulation. Simulations have clear advantages over physical tests in that they offer repeatable results, provide information at any point in the model at any time during the analysis, can be performed at less cost and can be included at any stage in the design process. The analysis considered in this Technology Brief is a simulation of a 1-meter drop test of a cordless, optical computer mouse. The potential malfunction of electronic components is the primary focus of the analysis.

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Published by: SIMULIACorp on Aug 17, 2012
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