Predicting Component Warpage and Package Level Failure Modes

09 February 2016

Predicting Component Warpage and Package Level Failure Modes

Package technology is constantly improving in order to keep up with the advances in silicon technology. Multi layered packages exhibit several failure modes that can be predicted using modern software tools.
This paper provides a methodology for creating a high-fidelity model of the interposer with all the conductor geometries. The two failure modes that are explored with this model are package warpage prediction due to actual copper imbalance and filled microvia delamination. Each layer can meshed based on the actual geometry in the layout design. Package warpage is caused by copper imbalance between the two sides of the interposer. The CTE mismatch between the two sides can bend the package to such a degree that it becomes impossible to assemble the solder interconnects. The filled microvias have copper structures that can delaminate from the copper traces in the conductor layers. The high-fidelity model provides the predictive tool to allow designers to adjust the layout before any manufacturing has taken place.

 

Details

What

RoHS+ Update


Presenter

Gil Sharon

 

When

Tuesday the 18th of February 2016

5:00 PM - 6.30 PM CEST

8:00 PM - 9.30 PM CEST

 

Where

Online