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Standardized testing procedure in the environmental simulation

Standardized testing procedure in the environmental simulation
12/05/2019

Electronic components, vehicle components, assemblies ... The list of products that are subjected to some of the harshest environmental conditions during their service life is endless. For decades now, industry and research have been focusing on using dynamic climate chambers for environmental simulation. With technical opportunities increasing, the requirements of measuring technology have also changed, which has resulted in numerous standards and guidelines. Along with the technical demands, complying with these standards and guidelines is a significant challenge for the measuring technology used. The following article will explain to you why you should avoid trying to save money on the quality of the technology you use in environmental simulation. Expert knowledge on environmental simulation

A wide range of test methods are applied in environmental simulation in order to identify how an object or living system interacts with the expected environmental conditions.

These conditions are simulated in fast motion. In other words, the test parameters are set based on certain guidelines, such as the "Good Laboratory Practice", so that they correspond to the actual stress that would be applied over a longer period of time, which is often equivalent to a year. It goes without saying that measuring this test period is also an expense, which is to be taken into consideration with the acquisition of new measuring technologies.

The aim of environmental simulation is to analyze the sometimes complex network of causal chains as comprehensively as possible. Therefore, environmental simulation is mainly used to reveal causalities and to depict these as models.

Environmental simulations set high expectations on the measuring technology used and demand a high degree of expert knowledge. Because, even if there are stringent guidelines for almost all use cases, no experiment is exactly the same as another. Applications of environmental simulation

Depending on the specified requirements, environmental simulations cover a wide range of test scenarios and parameters. They are generally used to study the affects of a wide range of environmental factors on performance, function, long-term behavior, service life, and the reactions to the environment of a test object or a living system. Particularly in the field of electronics, but also in other industries such as automotive, aerospace, and medical research, dynamic climate chambers have proved to be successful in environmental simulation. We have used concrete applications in our Case Studies on the dynamic climate chamber.

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