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Accelerated thermal fatigue of tin-lead and lead-free solder joints

Yan Qi

Accelerated thermal fatigue of tin-lead and lead-free solder joints

effect of temperature range and rate of change.

by Yan Qi

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The objective of this research was to establish the performance of SnPb and Pb-free solder joints in thermal fatigue, and to identify the effects of the ramp rate and temperature range in accelerated thermal cycling. Three accelerated thermal cycling (ATC) conditions with two ramp rates: 14 and 95°C/min; two temperature ranges: 0 to 100°C and -40 to 125°C were applied to resistor 2512 and PBGA 256 test vehicles constructed with either SnPb or a SnAgCu (SAC) solder alloy. In addition, the effect of the SAC solder reflow cooling rate was investigated using resistors. The ATC results were analyzed statistically to understand the effects of the temperature profiles and solder type on solder joint reliability. The overall effect of the ramp rate was relatively small for both SnPb and SAC solders. For the resistors, the SAC solder joints lasted longer than the SnPb solder joints when subject to the smaller temperature range, but were inferior at the larger temperature range. In contrast, the SAC solder joints in the PBGA test vehicles lasted longer than the SnPb joints regardless of the temperature range. The fatigue lives of solder joints were greatly reduced by an increased ATC temperature range.Finite element models were then used to simulate the stress and strain in solder joints subjected to the above three ATC test conditions. It is concluded that temperature gradients due to shock ATC conditions (95°C/min ramp rate) have a negligible effect on the stress and strain in resistor solder joints. The FE results are well correlated with ATC test results. Strain-based and energy-based thermal fatigue life prediction models using these FE results were able to correlate the ATC lifetimes accurately indicating the suitability of these life prediction equations and illustrating that the high ramp rate data could be correlated with the same equation as the low ramp rate data.

The Physical Object
Pagination181 leaves.
Number of Pages181
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21302953M
ISBN 100494077670

6. Microstructure and Properties of Sn-Pb Solder Joints with Sn-Bi Finished Components, P. Snugovsky, J. McMahon, M. Romansky, Celestica Inc. 7. The Impact of Reflowing A Pbfree Solder Alloy Using A Tin/lead Solder Alloy Reflow Profile on Solder Joint Integrity, David Hillman, Matt Wells, Kim Cho, Rockwell Collins, Cedar Rapids Iowa. 8. Solder fatigue is the mechanical degradation of solder due to deformation under cyclic loading. This can often occur at stress levels below the yield stress of solder as a result of repeated temperature fluctuations, mechanical vibrations, or mechanical ques to evaluate solder fatigue behavior include finite element analysis and semi-analytical closed-form equations.

Creep-Fatigue Interactions in Eutectic Tin-Lead Solder Alloys. A Unified Creep-Plasticity Theory for Solder Alloys. Thermomechanical and Fatigue Behavior of High-Temperature Lead and Lead-Free Solder Joints. A Model for Primary Creep of 63SnPb Solder. Test Methodologies to Perform Valid Accelerated Thermomechanical Fatigue Tests of Solder Joints. In particular, limited data are available regarding thermal fatigue resistance of lead-free solder joints and the impact of the package type on solder joint reliability. In this study, accelerated thermal cycling (ATC) tests were performed.

The tests include °C to +80°C and °C to +°C thermal cycling of a statistically sound population of a number of selected packages, assembled with SnAgCu, SnC, and SnPbAg solder alloys. Statistical analysis of the results confirms that the SnAgCu-alloy may outperform SnPbAg solder at moderate thermal loads on the solder joints. The ELFNET Book on Failure Mechanisms, Testing Methods, and Quality Issues of Lead-Free Solder Interconnects is the work of the European network ELFNET which was founded by the European Commission in the 6th Framework Programme. It brings together contributions from .


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Accelerated thermal fatigue of tin-lead and lead-free solder joints by Yan Qi Download PDF EPUB FB2

The test results indicated that these lead-free solder joints had better creep-fatigue performance than the tin-lead solder joints. The LCR built with the medium cooling rate showed the longest fatigue life compared with the resistors built with the normal cooling rate of °C/sec and the higher cooling rate °C/ by: The methods and achieved results of accelerated thermal and mechanical cycling fatigue tests of PbSn and lead-free SMT solder joints are presented.

Two PCB finishes: immersion tin and lead-free HASL made by ELDOS were tested. The samples were assembled and soldered by Author: Z. Drozd, M.

Szwech, R. Kisiel. The test results indicated that these lead-free solder joints had better creep-fatigue performance than the tin-lead solder joints.

The LCR built w. The root cause of low cycle fatigue solder joint failure is that thermal mismatch between a component and PCB is taken up in the deformation of the solder Accelerated thermal fatigue of tin-lead and lead-free solder joints book. “Detailed Investigation on the Creep Damage Accumulation of Lead-free Solder Joints under Accelerated Temperature Cycling “11th.

Int. Conf. on Thermal, Mechanical and. Power cycling thermal fatigue test is performed with different ball grid array solder joints, that is, lead contained [Sn/37 Pb (SP)] and lead free [Sn/Ag/ Cu.

Ag-Cu solder alloy and the terminal finishes could result in solder joint brittleness, low strength or lack of thermal fatigue resistance, particularly following aging of the joint (e.g. over the life of a product in the field).

In this study, we investigated the reliability of SMT solder joints made with SnAgCu solder. demonstrated acceptable fatigue performance of large BGA mixed alloy assemblies [49, 51, 52, 53], there have been studies that indicate additions of Pb degrade the reliability of Pb-free solder joints.

In the current study, accelerated temperature cycling (ATC) was used to assess the thermal fatigue. Development of a Novel Lead-Free Solder for High Reliability Applications Creep, temp cycle, vibe, drop U.

of Birmingham Lead-free Solders for High-Reliability Applications: High-Cycle Fatigue Studies High cycle fatigue (mechanical samples) Tech U.

of Berlin Mechanical Behaviour of SAC-Lead Free Solder Alloys with Regard to. The movement to Pb-free soldering will result in solder joints that are significantly stiffer than those made of SnPb.

This paper presents the results from the first phase of a two-part study to understand and compare the isothermal mechanical fatigue behavior of tin-silver-copper (SnAgCu) solder to that of tin-lead (SnPb) solder. Table Lead-Free Solder Alloys: Tensile and Shear Strengths. Table Lead-Containing Solder Alloys: Tensile and Shear Strengths.

Table Shear Strengths of Three Lead-Free Solders and Tin-Lead Eutectic (by Ring-and-Plug Test) Table Mechanical Properties of Tin, Tin-Lead, and Four Lead-Free Solder Alloys (by Ring-and-Plug Tests). microstructure of mixed solder joint and its impact on solder joint strength, an earlier study done by Oliver et al., [13] attributed the reduction in fatigue resistance of the mixed alloy lead-free Sn-Ag-Cu in Sn-Pb solder joint to the Pb precipitates residing at the Sn grain boundaries.

The thermal fatigue fracture showed classic characteristics such as grain boundary separation and propagation through the bulk solder joint. The AuSn4 intermetallic compound is clearly visible in the solder joint microstructure at about 12% by area in the section.

This harder phase in the Sn-Pb matrix likely accelerated the thermal fatigue failure. performed on selected failed solder joints. The results of the experiment indicate that the average solder fatigue life of the lead-free alloys investigated was higher than that of the tin-lead solder. However, the fundamental crack propagation behavior of the lead-free alloys was not the same as the tin-lead samples.

The Role of Microstructure in Thermal Fatigue of Pb-Sn Solder Joints. Pages Morris, J. W., Jr. (et al.) Ramp Time, Hold Time, and Temperature on Isothermal Fatigue Life of Tin-Lead Solder Alloys. Pages Vaynman, Semyon (et al.) Solder Attachment Reliability, Accelerated Testing, and Result Evaluation.

Isothermal aging effects on lead-free solders have been extensively investigated in recent studies for both bulk solders and package solder joints. Researches show that aging significantly degrades the mechanical properties of bulk lead-free solders and dynamic performances of lead-free solder joints.

There are studies exploring the impact of aging on accelerated thermal cycling (ATC. Elemental analysis was performed on selected failed solder joints. The results of the experiment indicate that the average solder fatigue life of the lead-free alloys investigated was higher than that of the tin-lead solder.

However, the fundamental crack propagation behavior of the lead-free alloys was not the same as the tin-lead samples. Nonlinear finite element analysis was performed to predict the thermal fatigue for leadless solder joint of TFBGA Package under accelerated TCT (Temperature Cycling Test).

The solder joint was subjected to the inelastic strain that was generated during TCT due to the thermal expansion mismatch between the package and PCB.

Abstract: The microstructure, mechanical response, and failure behavior of lead free solder joints in electronic assemblies are constantly evolving when exposed to isothermal aging and/or thermal cycling environments. Traditional finite element based predictions for solder joint reliability during thermal cycling accelerated life testing are based on solder constitutive equations (e.g.

Anand. difficult. Since lead-free alloys require higher reflow temperatures for assembly than the conventional tin-lead eutectic alloy, the use of lead-free solders places higher demands on package materials []. Lead-free solder bumps are brittle and have less solder fatigue resistance during thermal stress, so a higher glass transition.

Solder Creep-Fatigue Model Parameters for SAC & SnAg Lead-Free Solder Joint Reliability Estimation Werner Engelmaier* Engelmaier Associates, L.C. Ormond Beach, FL () Abstract For many of the Pb-free solders required under the European RoHS directive, there is. The ELFNET Book on Failure Mechanisms, Testing Methods, and Quality Issues of Lead-Free Solder Interconnects is the work of the European network ELFNET which was founded by the European Commission in the 6th Framework Programme.

It brings together contributions from the leading European experts in lead-free soldering. The new lead-free solder alloys and inks, which have been used in the electronic industry and attracted extensive attention, need to meet various properties such as good wettability, low soldering temperature, low cost, environmental friendly, adequate strength, good thermal fatigue resistance and so on, which are superior to or even consistent.tin-lead and lead-free solder black box designs are life tested.

Commercial models from strain data do not exist at the low levels associated with life testing and need to be developed because testing performed and presented here indicate that both tin-lead and lead-free solders are .