The dynamic behavior of a printed wiring (PW) board plays an important role in its reliability. One key parameter in determining such behavior is the fundamental frequency of the PW board. This paper shows how the sensitivity of the natural frequencies of the board with respect to some design variables can be studied using a statistical approach and how this can guide the experimental and modeling phases of the design.
Cifuentes, Arturo, N. Shulga, and C.A. Neff. "A Sensitivity Study of Printed Wiring Board Vibrations Using a Statistical Method." Journal of Sound and Vibration 181, no. 4 (April 1995): 593-604.
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