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  Mechanical Defects Deriving from the Manufacturing Process of High-Density Electronic Boards: Experimental Analysis of Critical Factors
 
 
Titel: Mechanical Defects Deriving from the Manufacturing Process of High-Density Electronic Boards: Experimental Analysis of Critical Factors
Auteur: Tani, G.
Bedini, R.
Presenti, M.
Panchetti, S.
Verschenen in: Mechanics of advanced materials & structures
Paginering: Jaargang 8 (2001) nr. 1 pagina's 47-59
Jaar: 2001-01-01
Inhoud: Current market demand calls for electronic boards that are increasingly sophisticated, of high technological content, with high standards of quality and reliability, and cost as low as possible. The high-density electronic boards produced for applications in the biomedical, aerospace, telecommunications, and automation industries are designed using sophisticated procedures that yield optimum results with regard to electronic performances. However, the physical/mechanical and thermal aspects involved in the practical realization of the boards are still based on technological processes that are not as well controlled or as well known with regard to sensitivity to the various characteristic parameters. This results in a high rate of defects occurring in the case of particularly critical boards, due to which finished boards are frequently rejected at inspection or even in service, with significant financial loss. A study has been conducted focusing on qualitative and quantitative analysis of the deformation, and on twisting deformation in particular, of semifinished products during the manufacturing process. A specific procedure has been developed for making measurements and acquiring experimental data, in a research activity commissioned by an Italian company which manufactures electronic boards. Processing of the data and subsequent analysis of the results has made it possible to analyze the production stages having the greatest influence of the extent of the final deformation.
Uitgever: Taylor & Francis
Bronbestand: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften
 
 

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