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Focused on technological innovations in the field of electronics packaging and production, this book elucidates the changes in reflow soldering processes, its impact on defect mechanisms, and, accordingly, the troubleshooting techniques during these processes in a variety of board types. Geared toward electronics manufacturing process engineers, design engineers, as well as students in process engineering classes, Reflow Soldering Processes and Troubleshooting will be a strong contender in the continuing skill development market for manufacturing personnel. Written using a very practical,
Reflow Soldering: Apparatus and Heat Transfer Processes investigates the technology of reflow soldering from the aspect of the soldering ovens and apparatus. The authors begin by introducing the concept of surface mount technology. This is followed by three chapters exploring: Infrared ovens, convection ovens, Vapor Phase Soldering (VPS), and special reflow ovens. Each of these chapters includes a discussion of the physical background, structure and working principle, and characterization of the heating, flow and vapor parameters; and concludes with a
Addresses the key aspects of modern soldering technology and the methods used in the manufacturing process of microelectronic chips and electronic circuit boards. Demonstrates how to control contamination during cleaning procedures. Covers material dynamics of heat soldering incurred during the assembly of diverse substances. Features techniques to assure reliability and quality control during the manufacturing process and emphasizes the importance of rework in the soldering industry.
Soldering Handbook for Printed Circuits and Surface Mounting, Second Edition, covers every aspect of this packaging technology, and contains the latest information on design, presolder operations, materials, equipment, surface mount technology, cleaning, quality and inspection, touch-up and repair, process economy, line management, and more.
Soldering, Though Being An Age Old Phenomenon, Is Still Perhaps A Difficult Subject To Understand, Due To Its Interdisciplinary Nature. In This Book, Efforts Have Been Made To Describe The Physical Theories Responsible For Making A Good Joint, The Chemical Actions During Its Formation And The Electrical, Thermal And Mechanical Requirements Essential To Ensure Its Reliability. The Four M'S; Material, Machine, Method And Man, Necessary For Designing A Solder Joint Have Been Described In Detail. Further, Process Control, Solder Joint
The worldwide trend toward lead-free components and soldering is especially urgent in the European Union with the implementation strict new standards in July 2006, and with pending implementation of laws in China and California. This book provides a standard reference guide for engineers who must meet the new regulations, including a broad collection of techniques for lead-free soldering design and manufacture, which up to now have been scattered in difficult-to-find scholarly sources.
The Mechanics of Solder Alloy Interconnects is a resource to be used in developing a solder joint reliability assessment. Each chapter is written to be used as a stand-alone resource for a particular aspect of materials and modeling issues. With this gained understanding, the reader in search of a solution to a solder joint reliability problem knows where in the materials and modeling communities to go for the appropriate answer.
A foreword is usually prepared by someone who knows the author or who knows enough to provide additional insight on the purpose of the work. When asked to write this foreword, I had no problem with what I wanted to say about the work or the author. I did, however, wonder why people read a foreword. It is probably of value to know the background of the writer of a book; it is probably also of value to know the
Covering the major topics in lead-free soldering Lead-free Soldering Process Development and Reliability provides a comprehensive discussion of all modern topics in lead-free soldering. Perfect for process, quality, failure analysis and reliability engineers in production industries, this reference will help practitioners address issues in research, development and production. Among other topics, the book addresses: · Developments in process engineering (SMT, Wave, Rework, Paste Technology) · Low temperature, high temperature and high reliability alloys · Intermetallic compounds · PCB surface finishes and laminates · Underfills, encapsulants
This resource covers all areas of interest for the practicing engineer as well as for the student at various levels and educational institutions. It features the work of authors from all over the world who have contributed their expertise and support the globally working engineer in finding a solution for today‘s mechanical engineering problems. Each subject is discussed in detail and supported by numerous figures and tables.
Assessing the scientific and technological aspects of lead-free soldering, Lead-Free Soldering in Electronics considers the necessary background and requirements for proper alloy selection. It highlights the metallurgical and mechanical properties; plating and processing technologies; and evaluation methods vital to the production of lead-free sold
About five to six years ago, the words 'packaging and manufacturing' started to be used together to emphasize that we have to make not only a few but thousands or even millions of packages which meet functional requirements. The aim of this book is to provide the much needed reviews and in-depth discussions on the advanced topics surrounding packaging and manufacturing. The first chapter gives a comprehensive review of manufacturing chal lenges in electronic packaging based on trends predicted by