Richard Haynesí Seminars and Consulting
223 Mt. Lucas Rd.
Princeton, NJ 08540
609-497-4584;
609-497-4792 Fax
rhaynes@usa.net



There are three reasons an Organization like yours would sponsor my seminars:
 

  1. Potential customers would be attracted to your Organization,
  2. Your Organization would be credited with satisfying your customers needs by providing courses and consultation in a critical area of EMC technology, namely Material Reliability,
  3. Sponsorís employees can attend the seminars free, as approved by Richard Haynes, so long as paying customers are not displaced.


A sponsor(s) does or supplies the following:
 

  1.  Mailing and advertisements for the seminars, information supplied by Richard Haynes,
  2. Lecture room with VuGraph and screen,
  3. Provide lunch or dinner,
  4. Collect money for the seminar, 25% being retained by the sponsor,
  5. Reproduce seminar notes for attendees, the master copy being supplied by Richard Haynes,
  6. Provide a tour of the sponsorís facilities and services,
  7. Provide payment for Richard Haynes at the end of the seminar.
I agree to the responsibilities of a sponsor as set forth above:

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ONE DAY AND THREE HOUR SEMINAR

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Do EMC, EMI & ESD problems have you in a bind?

Do you see one or more of the following: (1) circuits and important features will not work, (2) emissions/susceptibility causes interference in other parts of the circuit and other products, (3) failure of regulatory tests such as FCC, etc., (4) limits life (warranty) of products and features, (5) limits timely introduction to markets with loss of market share, (6) require expensive "fixes" (field redesign) causing manufacturing shut downs and (7) storage and transportation cause degradation of product.


Come learn about a cause you may never have thought of ?

A 3 hour Overview or more in depth 8 hr course
By Richard Haynes


Who should attend:

EMC, ESD, EMI, Test, Quality, Reliability, Manufacturing Product and Assembly Managers and engineers.. Also Physical, Wireless and Electrical Management engineers who want to achieve an overall view of how to deal with corrosion and material reliability problems so not only relevant government regulations and customer specifications are passed but your company's reputation for quality is maintained as you like it.


Course Materials:
 

Lecture notes will be distributed. ASM International, Vol 13, Corrosion is recommended as a reference. ASTM Manual 20, Corrosion Tests and Standards: Application and Interpretation is also recommended and may be purchased from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, Pa. 19428-2959, 610-832-9585.

Description of the Course: This course gives an overall view of how integration of physical design of shielding technologies with materials selection, joining techniques, and surface finishing so that materials reliability is maximized and corrosion and other degradation processes are minimized. In general, proper design and materials selection early in the development process will shorten development and testing cycles and will improve system reliability. Discussion of environmental and accelerated stress testing can lead to the ability to predict service life in the field from the test data. A simple equivalent circuit used for corrosion prevention can be integrated with the operating circuit.


Objectives and Benefits:


 

Overview of Major Topics:
 


About the Instructor

Richard Haynes graduated with a Ph.D. in electrochemistry from the University of Pennsylvania and completed a Post-Doctoral in the areas of Lithium, Nitrogen, Proton Magnetic and Electron Spin Resonance in Metal Solutions. After a distinguished 26 year career he recently retired from AT&T Bell Laboratories. During this period, he developed expertise in EMI shielding technologies and design, applications of magnetic probes to EMC, electroplating and surface finishing, industrial ecology, reliability, corrosion and film growth and battery technology for portable products. His work has resulted in 7 patents (1 pending) and over 35 technical papers. He is a member of IEEE (senior), EOS/ESD Society, The Electrochemical Society, American Electroplaters and Surface Finishers Society, and American Society for Testing and Materials serving on several committees such as Metal Finishing and EMI Materials. He was a member of a team that received the IR100 Award for the Best Industrial Development during 1983, and in 1995 he earned an AT&T Global Manufacturing and Engineering Technical Excellence Award. He serves as a consultant for several large companies. Richard can be contacted at 609-497-4584 or through e-mail : rhaynes@usa.net and Voice/FAX: 609-497-4792.

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Richard Haynes Consultants
223 Mt. Lucas Rd.
Princeton, NJ 08540
609-497-4584 Tel
609-497-4792 Fax
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NEW ½ DAY SEMINAR

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Do you have lower yields than acceptable, too much time in testing without increased reliability and life of the product? Does static inventory cost you money? Can't meet Regulatory requirements without a fix? Is defective equipment getting to your customer? Perhaps these effects might be avoided by addressing issues raised in this course.
 
 

Accelerated Stress Test for Corrosion Failures

By Dr. Richard Haynes

½ day Course
 

Sponsored privately or Publicly
 
 

Description of the Course: The primary function of this course is to understand corrosion, causes and prevention, acceleration factors and how to design a accelerated stress test for corrosion failure (ASTCF) for your products environrment. Plan to take advantage of the benefits of a well constructed ASTCF which can include: increased yields, decreased time for testing, reduced inventory, increased reliability increased life of the product, increase the probability of products passing regulatory tests and stop defective products from getting to the customer.
 
 

Objectives and Benefits
 


Major Topics
 


Services Provided Include but not limited to the following (for other technologies see the enclosed bio):


Richard Haynes graduated with a Ph.D. in electrochemistry from the University of Pennsylvania and completed a Post-Doctoral in the areas of Lithium, Nitrogen, Proton Magnetic and Electron Spin Resonance in Metal Solutions. After a distinguished 26 year career he recently retired from AT&T Bell Laboratories. During this period, he developed expertise in EMI shielding technologies and design, applications of magnetic probes to EMC, electroplating and surface finishing, industrial ecology, reliability, corrosion and film growth and battery technology for portable products. His work has resulted in 7 patents( 2 pending) and over 35 technical papers. He is a member of The Electrochemical Society, American Electroplaters and Surface Finishers Society ( on the Electronics Committee), is a senior member of the IEEE EMC and EOS/ESD Society, American Society for Testing and Materials serving on several committees such as Metal Finishing and EMI Materials. He was a member of a team that received the IR100 Award for the Best Industrial Development during 1983, and in 1995 he earned an AT&T Global Manufacturing and Engineering Technical Excellence Award. He serves as a consultant for several large companies. Richard can be contacted at 609-497-4584 or through e-mail : rhaynes@usa.net and Voice/FAX: 609-497-4792.
 


Questions or suggestions? Contact me at rhaynes@usa.net
Copyright 2000 R. Haynes