- Mar 21, 2009
While true, the kind of force needed for this would have pulverized the aircraft enclosing the electronics anyway. At that stage whether the chips in the charred remains are still usable is kinda pointless.You don't know what I said doesn't mean I am incorrect.
Extremely simplistic explanation sudden extreme mechanical pressure or vibration (e.g. one generated from proximal detonation of 1000kg bomb) can physically damage internal sub-assemblies of semiconductors (e.g. breaks in internal wiring or crack on die/tracks, etc.)
My primary specialization is in field of semiconductor and electronics hence I don't expect everyone to understand everything.
Ukrane lost more than 20% of its country. Russia has all but secured Eastern and southern sepratist regions, it's a military win for russia even if a cesefire is called right now.Lol, i see 82% still think Russia is going to "win".
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