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Part 9 Solderability Technology
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42. Solderability: Incoming Inspection and Wet Balance Technique
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42.1 42.2 42.3 42.4 42.5 42.6 42.7 42.8 Introduction / 42.3 Solderability / 42.4 Solderability Testing a Scientific Approach / 42.8 The Influence of Temperature on Test Results / 42.13 Interpreting the Results: Wetting Balance Solderability Testing / 42.14 Globule Testing / 42.15 PCB Surface Finishes and Solderability Testing / 42.16 Component Solderability / 42.22
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43. Fluxes and Cleaning
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43.1 Introduction / 43.1 43.2 Assembly Process / 43.2 43.3 Surface Finishes / 43.3 43.4 Soldering Flux / 43.5 43.5 Flux Form Versus Soldering Process / 43.6 43.6 Rosin Flux / 43.7 43.7 Water-Soluble Flux / 43.8 43.8 Low Solids Flux / 43.9 43.9 Cleaning Issues / 43.10 43.10 Summary / 43.12 References / 43.12
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Part 10 Solder Materials and Processes
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44. Soldering Fundamentals
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44.1 44.2 44.3 44.4 44.5 44.6 44.7 Introduction / 44.3 Elements of a Solder Joint / 44.4 The Solder Connection to the Circuit Board / 44.4 The solder Connection to the Electrical Component / 44.5 Common Metal-Joining Methods / 44.5 Solder Overview / 44.9 Soldering Basics / 44.9
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45. Soldering Materials and Metallurgy
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45.1 Introduction / 45.1 45.2 Solders / 45.2 45.3 Solder Alloys and Corrosion / 45.4 45.4 PB-Free Solders: Search for Alternatives and Implications / 45.5 45.5 PB-Free Elemental Alloy Candidates / 45.5 45.6 Board Surface Finishes / 45.11 References / 45.19
46. Solder Fluxes
46.1 Introduction to Fluxes / 46.1 46.2 Flux Activity and Attributes / 46.2 46.3 Flux: Ideal Versus Reality / 46.3 46.4 Flux Types / 46.4 46.5 Water-Clean (Aqueous) Fluxes / 46.4 46.6 No-Clean Flux / 46.7 46.7 Other Fluxing Caveats / 46.9 46.8 Soldering Atmospheres / 46.12 References / 46.15
47. Soldering Techniques
47.1 Introduction / 47.1 47.2 Mass Soldering Methods / 47.1 47.3 Oven Reflow Soldering / 47.1 47.4 Wave Soldering / 47.28 47.5 Wave Solder Defects / 47.39 47.6 Vapor-Phase Reflow Soldering / 47.42 47.7 Laser Reflow Soldering / 47.43 47.8 Tooling and the Need for Coplanarity and Intimate Contact / 47.50 47.9 Additional Information Sources / 47.53 47.10 Hot-Bar Soldering / 47.53 47.11 Hot-Gas Soldering / 47.58 47.12 Ultrasonic Soldering / 47.59 References / 47.61
48. Soldering Repair and Rework
48.1 Introduction / 48.1 48.2 Hot-Gas Repair / 48.1
CONTENTS
48.3 Manual Solder Fountain / 48.5 48.4 Automated Solder Fountain / 48.6 48.5 Laser / 48.6 48.6 Considerations for Repair / 48.6 Reference / 48.7
Part 11 Nonsolder Interconnection
49. Press-Fit Interconnection
49.1 Introduction / 49.3 49.2 The Rise of Press-Fit Technology / 49.3 49.3 Compliant Pin Configurations / 49.4 49.4 Press-Fit Considerations / 49.6 49.5 Press-Fit Pin Materials / 49.7 49.6 Surface Finishes and Effects / 49.8 49.7 Equipment / 49.10 49.8 Assembly Process / 49.11 49.9 Press Routines / 49.12 49.10 PWB Design and Board Procurement Tips / 49.14 49.11 Press-Fit Process Tips / 49.15 49.12 Inspection and Testing / 49.16 49.13 Soldering and Press-Fit Pins / 49.17 References / 49.17
50. Land Grid Array Interconnect
50.1 Introduction / 50.1 50.2 LGA and the Environment / 50.1 50.3 Elements of the LGA System / 50.2 50.4 Assembly / 50.5 50.5 Printed Circuit Assembly (PCA) Rework / 50.7 50.6 Design Guidelines / 50.8 Reference / 50.8
Part 12 Quality
51. Acceptability and Quality of Fabricated Boards
51.1 51.2 51.3 51.4 51.5 51.6 51.7 51.8 51.9 51.10 51.11 51.12 Introduction / 51.3 Specific Quality and Acceptability Criteria by PCB Type / 51.4 Methods for Verification of Acceptability / 51.6 Inspection Lot Formation / 51.7 Inspections Categories / 51.8 Acceptability and Quality After Simulated Solder Cycle(s) / 51.8 Nonconforming PCBS and Material Review Board (MRB) Function / 51.10 The Cost of the Assembled PCB / 51.11 How to Develop Acceptability and Quality Criteria / 51.11 Class of Service / 51.13 Inspection Criteria / 51.13 Reliability Inspection Using Accelerated Environmental Exposure / 51.32
CONTENTS
52. Acceptability of Printed Circuit Board Assemblies
52.1 Understanding Customer Requirements / 52.1 52.2 Handling to Protect the PCBA / 52.7 52.3 PCBA Hardware Acceptability Considerations / 52.10 52.4 Component Installation or Placement Requirements / 52.15 52.5 Component and PCB Solderability Requirements / 52.25 52.6 Solder-Related Defects / 52.25 52.7 PCBA Laminate Condition, Cleanliness, and Marking Requirements / 52.32 52.8 PCBA Coatings / 52.34 52.9 Solderless Wrapping of Wire to Posts (Wire Wrap) / 52.35 52.10 PCBA Modifications / 52.37 References / 52.39
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