Flash Memory Built-In Self-Test Using March-Like Algorithms. Jen-Chieh Yeh, Chi-Feng Wu, Kuo-Liang Cheng, Yung-Fa Chou, Chih-Tsun Huang, and Cheng-Wen Wu. Outline. Flash Memory Testing Issues Target Fault Models Flash Memory Test Algorithms Built-In Self-Test (BIST) Experimental ResultsBy wnobles
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FAULTS. By : Andrea Jimeno Martinez 4ºA. Introduction :. Definition Types of faults with examples Normal fault Reverse fault Strike - Slip fault Parts of a fault. Definition :.
Faults. By: Angie and Katherine. Earth’s crust. About 250 million years ago, the continents of Earth were grouped together in one continent called “Pangea.” It is just like the shell of an egg. Tectonic Plates.
Faults. “Little” Cracks in the Earth’s Crust. Faults are cracks in the Earth’s Crust where the rock on either side is moving in different directions . Faults can be large or small but they DO NOT have to be at the edges of the plates.
Faults. Fault Line. Definition:. Faults are: The surface along which rocks move when they pass their “elastic limit” and break causing an Earthquake. What do you think “elastic limit” means?. Normal Fault. http:// Normal Simulation.
FAULTS. Imagery from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Normal fault: . Near Hebgen Lake, Montana just after a large earthquake. This part of the footwall that is now exposed is called a “scarp.”. Reverse fault:. Keystone Thrust near Las Vegas, NV. Reverse fault:.
Recognizing faults. Practice with thrust faults and normal faults. Why study faults?. Classification of faults: - each type of fault forms under different geologic conditions - so, if we can characterize the nature of the fault, we can conclude something about the geologic history.
Wine Faults 1)Oxidation 2) Microbiological - Candida -…. 3)Sulfur Compounds -mercaptaans - … -… 4) Environmental - Excess sulfur -…… -…... Oxidation Most Common Wine Fault Can Occur Throughout the Process Good effects- soften red wines Generally bad: loss of color