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Effect of nitrogen atmosphere on the soldering process for different types of lead-free solders

Originální název

Effect of nitrogen atmosphere on the soldering process for different types of lead-free solders

Anglický název

Effect of nitrogen atmosphere on the soldering process for different types of lead-free solders

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

An important part of the microelectronics manufacturing is the reflow process. Even though that the soldering have a long history, the process is still not completely described. Particular still discussed the introduction of the WEEE Directive 2003/108/EC standards and RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC got the soldering received into new areas. There is a space for new material compositions which do not contain lead. Furthermore, a new procedure process, adjusting of equipment and began to make greater use of nitrogen as protective gas. The aim is to compare the already proven commercial solder alloys on different carrier and evaluate more exactly the benefits of nitrogen atmosphere. The evaluation was performed for solder SAC, Sn100C and SnPb solder paste was used as reference. Type of substrates was printed circuit board FR-4 and ceramic substrate. Soldering conducted in atmosphere with different residual oxygen. Results of this paper may serve to increase the quality of soldering classical package as well as BGA and CSP package.

Anglický abstrakt

An important part of the microelectronics manufacturing is the reflow process. Even though that the soldering have a long history, the process is still not completely described. Particular still discussed the introduction of the WEEE Directive 2003/108/EC standards and RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC got the soldering received into new areas. There is a space for new material compositions which do not contain lead. Furthermore, a new procedure process, adjusting of equipment and began to make greater use of nitrogen as protective gas. The aim is to compare the already proven commercial solder alloys on different carrier and evaluate more exactly the benefits of nitrogen atmosphere. The evaluation was performed for solder SAC, Sn100C and SnPb solder paste was used as reference. Type of substrates was printed circuit board FR-4 and ceramic substrate. Soldering conducted in atmosphere with different residual oxygen. Results of this paper may serve to increase the quality of soldering classical package as well as BGA and CSP package.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT92353,
  author="Petr {Schnederle} and Martin {Adámek} and Ivan {Szendiuch}",
  title="Effect of nitrogen atmosphere on the soldering process for different types of lead-free solders",
  annote="An important part of the microelectronics manufacturing is the reflow process. Even though that the soldering have a long history, the process is still not completely described. Particular still discussed the introduction of the WEEE Directive 2003/108/EC standards and RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC got the soldering received into new areas. There is a space for new material compositions which do not contain lead. Furthermore, a new procedure process, adjusting of equipment and began to make greater use of nitrogen as protective gas. The aim is to compare the already proven commercial solder alloys on different carrier and evaluate more exactly the benefits of nitrogen atmosphere. The evaluation was performed for solder SAC, Sn100C and SnPb solder paste was used as reference. Type of substrates was printed circuit board FR-4 and ceramic substrate. Soldering conducted in atmosphere with different residual oxygen. Results of this paper may serve to increase the quality of soldering classical package as well as BGA and CSP package.",
  address="Vienna University of Technology",
  booktitle="35th International Spring Seminar on Electronics Technology - ISSE 2012 Proceedings",
  chapter="92353",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Vienna University of Technology",
  number="1",
  year="2012",
  month="may",
  pages="201--206",
  publisher="Vienna University of Technology",
  type="conference paper"
}