Simulation and Modeling Requirements -Specifying and Satisfying PoF Reliability Predictions
While the mathematical models for wearout of electronic assemblies have been available for spreadsheet calculation, recent advances in computational capacity and software have made applying them a practical reality.
This webinar will address an understanding of the tradeoffs between levels of abstraction, cost and risk. Attendees will come away with the information they need to specify and satisfy reliability predictions with the appropriate level of effort and precision and how to improve requirement communication and results to all the stakeholders.
Simulation and Modeling Requirements - Specifying and Satisfying PoF Reliability Predictions
Thursday the 17th of December 2015
5:00 PM - 6.30 PM CEST
8:00 PM - 9.30 PM CEST
This presentation will discuss current industry trends and processes used for creating copper pillar and bonding to substrates. Attendees will learn how different supply chains have implemented copper pillar, including differences in dimensions, geometry, and under 'pillar' material (UPM). Current understanding of electromigration and thermal cycle performance will be addressed, especially in regards to uncertainties about the benefit of underfill and the relevance of existing acceleration factors.Low Cost, High Reliability Power Supplies
There are significant challenges when faced with designing a power supply for high reliability while attempting to keep costs down. Power supplies often have high voltage high current requirements and have to dissipate that power in a small space