Электронная книга: K. Subramanian «Lead-free Solders. Materials Reliability for Electronics»

Lead-free Solders. Materials Reliability for Electronics

Providing a viable alternative to lead-based solders is a major research thrust for the electrical and electronics industries– whilst mechanically compliant lead-based solders have been widely used in the electronic interconnects, the risks to human health and to the environment are too great to allow continued widescale usage. Lead-free Solders: Materials Reliability for Electronics chronicles the search for reliable drop-in lead-free alternatives and covers: Phase diagrams and alloy development Effect of minor alloying additions Composite approaches including nanoscale reinforcements Mechanical issues affecting reliability Reliability under impact loading Thermomechanical fatigue Chemical issues affecting reliability Whisker growth Electromigration Thermomigration Presenting a comprehensive understanding of the current state of lead-free electronic interconnects research, this book approaches the ongoing research from fundamental, applied and manufacturing perspectives to provide a balanced view of the progress made and the requirements which still have to be met.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited"

ISBN: 9781119966210

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