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Design and Application for Sealing of Strengthening Computer for Anti-hard Environment

  • Qianqian YangEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 994)

Abstract

Reasonable sealing is an effective protective measure for the reinforced computer from corrosion and electromagnetic interference in harsh environment. In this paper, we analysed the sealing problem of the reinforced computer from the aspects of sealing material selection and sealing structure design. As a result, it is proposed that a solution to the problem of computer sealing against harsh environment. Taking a certain type of reinforced computer as an example, the sealing design was completed and relative tests were perfectively accomplished, in accordance with the requirements of the national military standard. The test results show that the problems, such as the leakage and electromagnetic interference did not take place in this type of reinforced computer. Fortunately, this solution improves the reliability of the reinforced computer.

Keywords

Reinforced computer Anti-hard environment Sealing material Sealing structure 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The Computer DepartmentJiangsu Automation Research InstituteLianyungangChina

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