Unlike earlier electronic circuits, today's microelectronic devices demand that solder serve structural as well as electrical ends, and do so at relatively high temperature for years. Fatigue and failure of the solder has therefore become an issue in the industry. Nine studies from a May 1993 symposThe first electronic systems developed consisted of circuit components attached to printed circuit boards by mechanical methods. Component leads were either placed through holes in the circuit board, twisted together, or secured withanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fatigue of Electronic Materials|
|Author||:||Scott A. Schroeder, Michael R. Mitchell|
|Publisher||:||ASTM International - 1994-01-01|