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The NASA Electronic Parts and Packaging (NEPP) Program. C. Barnes, K. LaBel * , P. Zulueta, D. Lakins, C. Lee, A. Johnston, and L. Galbraith Quality Leadership Forum GSFC July 19, 2001. Knowledge Acquisition and Dissemination

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The NASA Electronic Parts and Packaging (NEPP) Program

C. Barnes, K. LaBel*, P. Zulueta, D. Lakins, C. Lee,

A. Johnston, and L. Galbraith

Quality Leadership Forum

GSFC

July 19, 2001


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Knowledge Acquisition and Dissemination

Through this effort the primary function will be to maintain and operate web-based system for information distribution and archival. Administering users, maintaining the website, and “Mapping” the contents of all the web sites where NEPP information currently resides.

System Upgrade

To provide users with a "central" archive with access to resources and information about NASA electronic parts, packaging and radiation activities with an emphasis on space applications. The key aspects of the planned upgrade include: Enhancements to the User Interface, Enhanced search capability, More external interfaces, Project support tools.

  • Conferences

  • To provide forums for the exchange of information related to new and advanced electronic parts and packaging technologies for space and aeronautic applications Identify and explore trends in electronic parts and packaging for space and aeronautic applications in specific key technology areas.

Standards

To maintain visibility in the working groups of the following organizations. The primary thrust for this activity is to attend at least six (6) conferences and meetings with the sole purpose of collecting standards information and identifying external activities where the NEPP can leverage.


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Integrated

WWW Systemhttp://nepp.nasa.gov

Information Management & Dissemination Project Activities

EEE Links(GSFC)

EPIMS(GSFC)

EPINS(JPL)

ASAP/PSAP(GSFC)

Parts

Information

Packaging

Information

Parts

Analysis(GSFC)

NPPP(JPL)

One Stop

Shopping!

RADATA(JPL)

Radiation

Information

RelatedResources

Non-NEPPResources

NPSL(GSFC)

SEU Rad Data(GSFC)


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Programmable Logic Application Notes

Living with COTS-Industry Roadmap

Getters for Reliable Hermetic Packages

EPIMS 2.0. 4 Relay Failures Specific to Space Applications

Electrostatic-Discharge (ESD) Failures in Thin-Film Resistors

Nondestructive Detection of Cracks in Ceramics Using Vicinal Illumination

Effects of Conformal Coat on Tin Whisker Growth

Status of Military Specifications for Ceramic Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) Capacitors

Evacuated FM08 Fuses Carry a Sustained Arc in a Bus over 75 VDC

Jet Propulsion Laboratory Parts Analyses

Goddard Space Flight Center Parts Analyses

Developed Proposal Handling and Tracking (PHAT) proposal submission, review and acceptance module for the NEPP Information System

Simplifies and automates the NEPP Program's annual proposal submission and review process

Signed agreement with CALCE for NEPP access to all CALCE resources

CALCE website includes over 10,000 documents pertaining to packaging, parts management, and failure physics for electronics systems and products

Scheduled NEPP Conference for Pasadena in Spring 2001

Conference will be combined with IMAPS and Extreme Environments  Conferences

Completed Development of the Technical Publication (TPS) module for NEPP Information Portal

Completed revision and update of NEPP EEE Newsletter

Completed collecting information requirements from JPL and LaRC design engineers

Established agreement with Reliable Flight Hardware (RFH) organization for coordination of IT system development activities

IMD Highlights – FY01


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NEPP WEB SITE STATS FOR APRIL- JUNE 01 (provided by Sandy Aitken)

  • Entire site averages 25,000 hits/week

  • Average 400 users/weekday

  • Home page averages 400 hits/day

  • NPSL, most requested page, averages 500 hits/week

  • ERC directory access averages 400 hits/week

  • EPAR directory access averages 800 hits/week

  • EPAC directory access averages 800 hits/week

  • IMD directory access averages 4,500 hits/week


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The Future: Aitken)NEPP Portal

The Present:NEPP WWW Site

  • Multi-Database/Interactive Architecture

  • Dynamic WWW Content

  • User Role-Based Views Customized Content (“My NEPP”)

  • Seamless Access to Disparate Databases

  • Flat File Architecture

  • Static HTML Structure

  • No “Customized” User Views

  • Non-Interconnected Links to Databases

  • Complete development of Information Portal-8/15/01

  • Provide NEPP Information Flashes to broad audience of users - 3/31/01

  • Hold NEPP Conference- 5/01

IMD Migration to NEPP Portal


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New Features Aitken)

Improved search capability

Multiple ways to view information. Such as all tasks, experts, publications, and events for an Area of Emphasis

EMail notification of updated pages

Authors and Principal Investigators can upload and maintain their documents

Locate experts within the NEPP community

NEPP members can add events to the calendar

Web Server

Windows Server 2000

Dual Pentium III 800 MHz Processors

Two 36 G Hard Drives (Mirrored)

512 MB Memory

Allaire Cold Fusion Enterprise 4.5

Allaire Spectra 1.5

Webinator NT w/PDF Plug-In

RealServer 8.0

Open SSL/SSH

Data Base Server

Windows Server 2000

Pentium III 800 MHz Processor

36 G Hard Drive

512 MB Memory

MS SQL Server 2000

Graphical User Interface (GUI)

Access Control System

Cross Project Metadata

EPAR

(Parts Resources)

EPAC

(Packaging Resources)

ERC

(Radiation Resources)

Search Capability

Public Data

NEPP Produced Data

Program and Project Mission & Descriptions

User Account

Administration (UAA)

Contact and Experts Listing (EL)

Technical Publications

System (TPS)

Calendar of Events

(CE)

System Change Log

(SCL)

Proposal Handling & Tracking System (PhaT)

Feedback Mechanism

(FM)

Task Database

(TD)

Non-NEPP Produced Data

Packaging Resources

Parts Resources

Radiation Resources

NEPP Information System Architecture


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Content Management Aitken)

Workflow & Process Automation

Content

Objects

Roles-Based Security

Framework

COAPI

Personalization

Content Object

Database

Business Intelligence

Syndication

External

Systems

Portal TechnologyMacromedia Spectra

  • Framework for rapid development of a complex web site

    • Personalization Services

    • Role-Based Security

    • Content Management

    • Workflow and Process Automation

    • Syndication

    • Business Intelligence

  • Flexible for future enhancements and upgrades

  • Platform Independent

  • Modular Development


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Operations Concept Aitken)

Users

Selected Proposals

PHAT

TASK

DATABASE

TECHNICAL

PUBLICATION

SYSTEM

Task Plans

Deliverables

Funds

Reports (TBD)

Schedules

Updated Plan

Deliverables

Conferences

Data Sharing

Document Download

Email notification

NEPP Experts

NEPP Technologies and Research

Newsletters

Search

Tools

Video Conferences

Author

Expert

NEPP PI

ADMIN

PROJECT MANAGERS

Security

Metrics

CALENDAR

EXPERTS

LISTING

EXTERNAL

DATABASES

EXTERNAL

LINKS

SYNDICATEDCONTENTSTREAM

Schedule of Events

Audit Calendar

CALCE

Purdue

RAC

Lessons Learned

NEPAG

NPPP

NPSL

RADHOME

RFH

ChipCom

QuestLink


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Request an Account Aitken)

  • User selects the ‘Request an Account’ button

  • User fills in the required information and submits the form

  • If the user is not affiliated with the NEPP Program then the NASA Sponsor information must be provided

  • An email is sent to and the request is routed to the appropriate NEPP Project Manager for approval


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Upload a Publication Aitken)

  • The Admin interface allows Admin Users to upload various types of files to the file system on the web server, so that those documents and images can be stored and retrieved by the Spectra system.

  • The application does not have on-line image or document (.doc, .pdf) editing tools.


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Create A Task Aitken)

  • Each Task is created by the Project Managers

  • Project Managers enter the Task Information

    • Area of Emphasis

    • Principle Investigator(s) PI User Information (Name and Contact information)

    • Task Name

    • Project Supported (EPAR, EPAC, ERC, IND)

    • Fiscal Year of Task Initiation

    • Task Description/Plan

    • Deliverables

    • Schedule

    • Funding Requirements (Display of this data restricted to the Project Manager)

    • Keywords (Free text list of keywords)


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Add a Deliverable to a Task Aitken)

  • Each Task has a Principle Investigator (PI) and may have co-PI’s. The PI can

    • Upload Deliverables to the system.

    • Mark the Schedule to show that a Deliverable has been uploaded.

    • Set restriction access to any Document uploaded. Any members of the specified group will be able to upload the Task-related documents.

  • Each Task records all upload and delete activities for Documents.


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Create a Page Aitken)

  • Who may start this workflow

    • Data_Entry Users may create a new Page within the sections they are members.

    • Editor/Publisher Users may create a new Page within the sections they own.

    • Site Administrator may create a new Page anywhere on the NEPP site.

  • Workflow Process

    • Locate the New Page Placement

      • The user chooses a page from the page hierarchy

    • Select the Page Template

      • The user chooses the general layout of the page.


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Create Content Aitken)

  • Who may start this workflow

    • Data_Entry Users create a new piece of content.

    • Editor/Publisher Users start a create content workflow on any content.

    • Site Administrator start a create content workflow on any content on the NEPP site.

  • Workflow Process

    • Choose the Type of Content to Create

      • See Appendix A for the types of Content

    • Fill in the Content Properties

      • Each type of Content has a it’s own properties that will be filled in using an online form.


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  • Work Flow Process (continued)

    • Check for ITAR Compliance

      • A form check-off prior to submission and prior to publishing indicating if the content has been checked and is ITAR compliant.

    • Publish the Content

      • If the user has Publish rights, the Content can be published live to the site.

      • If the user does NOT have Publish rights, the content will be saved and an e-mail note sent to the Admin user who can approve, and publish, the content to the site.


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  • Who may start this workflow

    • Data_Entry Users that created a piece of content.

    • Editor/Publisher Users may edit any content in their “section(s)”.

    • Site Administrator edit any content on the NEPP site.

  • Workflow Process

    • Locate the Content to Edit

    • Fill in the Content Properties

      • Each type of Content has a it’s own properties that will be filled in using an online form.


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Edit Content (Continued) Aitken)

  • Workflow Process (Continued)

    • Check for ITAR Compliance

      • A form check-off prior to submission and prior to publishing indicating if the content has been checked and is ITAR compliant.

    • Publish the Content

      • If the user has Publish rights, the Content can be published live to the site.

      • If the user does NOT have Publish rights, the content will be saved and an e-mail note sent to the Admin user who can approve, and publish, the content to the site.


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User Aitken)

Interest

Owner

Status

NEPP Management

Proposals

NEPP

PHaT

Tasks

NEPP

Phase 1/TD

Status

NEPP

Phase 1/TD

Reports

NEPP

Phase 1/TPS

Deliverables

NEPP

Phase 1/TPS

Parts Engineers

and

Packaging Engineers

NEPP Technologies

NEPP

Phase 1/TPS and TD

NASA Parts Selection List (NPSL)

NEPP

Phase 1

Parts Lists

Each Center

New

Specifications and Guidelines

Each Center

New

NASA Parts Inventory

RFH

New

Audit Schedule (QML/QPL)

RFH

New

Reliability Tools and Validation

NEPAG and RAC

New

Lessons Learned

New

Heritage Information

New

Procurement Management

New

Assembly Tools

New

Parts Control Board (PCB)

New

CALCE

University of Maryland/CALCE

Phase 1

Projects Using/Used NEPP Technologies

NEPP

New

Manufactures Information

New

Radiation

NEPP Technologies

NEPP

Phase 1/TPS and TD

Radiation Data

RadHome

Phase 1

Designers

NEPP Technologies

NEPP

Phase 1/TPS and TD

Qualification Information

NEPP and NEPAG

New

Projects Using/Used NEPP Technologies

NEPP

New

NASA Parts Selection List (NPSL)

NEPP

Phase 1

Parts Lists

Each Center

New

Specifications and Guidelines

Each Center

New

NASA Parts Inventory

RFH

New

Project and Program Managers

NEPP Technologies

NEPP

Phase 1/TPS and TD

Qualification Information

NEPP and NEPAG

New

Projects Using/Used NEPP Technologies

NEPP

New

General

NEPP Technologies

NEPP

Phase 1/TPS and TD

New Requirements


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New Requirements Aitken)

  • NEPP Management:

    • Status on current tasks.

    • Evaluate proposals for future tasks.

  • Designers and Engineers what answers to the following questions:

    • What does the validation data look like?

    • Can I use this part?

    • How do I qualify it?

    • What other NASA projects have used it?

  • Site Wide:

    • Bulletin Board

    • Calendar

    • EEE Links Newsletters, NEPP Papers, Reports

    • E-Mail Notification

    • Experts and Points of Contact

    • Feedback

    • Related Links/Sites

    • Search


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Part number

BOM

Components &

Mapping

Assembly maps

Layout Data

Logical Data

Thermal Model

Vendor/Distributor

Comp

Unit maps

Packages

Stress Model

System maps

Logical Pin

Schematic

Symbols

Physical Pin

Data

sheet

Application

Notes

Logistics

. . . .

Start_ff:Block

BEGIN

IF (reset = ´0´ ) THEN

send_ff <= ´0´ ;

ELSIF . . .

Layout

Symbols

Pads

Footprint

Functional Model

Behavior Model

Timing Model

Data Model


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User Interface Aitken)

Sets of Characteristics

Classification/

Catalogs

Characteristics

Query

Query

Matches

Selected

component


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Contacts Aitken)

  • NEPP Program Manager Chuck Barnes (818) 354-4467Charles.E.Barnes@jpl.nasa.gov

  • Packaging Project Manager Phil Zulueta (818) 354-1566Phillip.J.Zulueta@jpl.nasa.gov

  • ERC Project Manager Ken LaBel (301) 286-9936ken.label@gsfc.nasa.gov

  • Deputy ERC Project Manager Allan Johnston (818) 354-6425Allan.H.Johnston@jpl.nasa.gov

  • Parts Project Manager Choon Lee (818) 354-0108Choon.I.Lee@jpl.nasa.gov

  • IMD Project Manager Darryl Lakins (301) 286-6631darryl.lakins@gsfc.nasa.gov

  • IMD Deputy Project Manager Lissa Galbraith (818) 354-4617 Lissa.R.Galbraith@jpl.nasa.gov