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The Web-Accessible Repository of Physics-based Models (WARP)

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The Reliability Information Analysis Center (RIAC), under contract to the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), is developing and implementing a Web-Accessible Repository of Physics-based Models (WARP) database and website to centrally organize and make available information and data on physics-based models. In addition to providing access to available Physics-of-Failure (PoF) model information and data, WARP will allow registered users to identify the need for new models or validation data for existing models. The architecture of the WARP interface will promote visibility into which PoF model(s) are required to fully characterize the reliability of a specific device type or technology. It will also allow researchers to better understand gaps in the PoF model knowledge base to promote future research.

Keywords: Failure Analysis - Failure Rate - Product Reliability - RAMS 2011 Proceedings - Reliability Model

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