Estimation of residual lifetime of electrolytic capacitor using analytical techniques

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Abstract

In the fast-evolving era of digital electronics, reliability has become a critical issue. Due to failure and faults, the component manufacturers face market reputation degradation as well as financial set back. The condition monitoring for power electronics are based on basic principles; however, by analyzing failure modes of semiconductor devices and exploring appropriate techniques, situation has been improved a lot. From toy to satellite, an electrolytic capacitor is mostly used as an important component. This paper enlightens the estimation of residual lifetime of electrolytic capacitor using analytical techniques, so that these components can be reused and problem of WEEE (Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment) can be reduced to a large extent. The residual life of electrolytic capacitor is calculated using various analytical and mathematical technique. Accuracy of empirical standard prediction methods such as military handbook MILHDBK and RIAC217 is compared for the residual life prediction of electrolytic capacitor. RIAC217 plus technique proves to be more accurate than MILHDBK or other standard techniques. By predicting the residual life, the capability of re-use the component increases and problem of e-waste is decreased to a great extent. Thus, the residual lifetime prediction is a critical parameter for successful operation of device as well as safe healthy environment.

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Bhargava, C., Gulati, S., & Sharma, P. K. (2019). Estimation of residual lifetime of electrolytic capacitor using analytical techniques. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(2), 2015–2019. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijrte.B2082.078219

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