Papers by Keyword: Bondability

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Authors: Muhammad Nubli Zulkifli, Azman Jalar, Shahrum Abdullah, Norinsan Kamil Othman
Abstract: The evaluation of the strength and bondability of gold, Au ball bond requires a new approach to provide a more detail data. Nanoindentation test was used as a new approach to evaluate the strength distribution and bondability of Au ball. Au ball bonds that experienced different value of wire bonding parameter namely bonding force, bonding time, bonding power, and stage temperature were used as samples for the present analysis. The distribution of strength based on hardness and reduced modulus values located at the bonding area of Au ball bonds were found to be related with the values of the wire bonding parameter. Nanoindentation test was found to be a suitable approach to analyze and evaluate the bondability of Au ball bond in a localized and detailed manner. In addition, the responsible mechanism for the thermosonic Au wire bonding can be identified and analyzed by using the results obtained from the nanoindentation test.
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Authors: Yasunori Harada, Masayuki Nunobiki
Abstract: In shot peening, bombarding the surface with steel shot propelled at high velocity causes plastic deformation of surface. The process with the characteristic deformation was applied to joining process. Our approach has been applied to the butt joining of the dissimilar metal sheets. In this method, however, the joint strength was lower than the flow stress of base metal. The modified joining processing was being carried out to improve the bondability. In the present study, the joining of dissimilar metal sheets using a shot peening process was investigated to improve the bondability. In the joined section, the edge of the joint area of the sheets were slit using a laser. In this method, the edges of the sheet are overlapped the other sheet. When the connection is peened, the material undergoes large plastic deformation near the surface due to the collision of shots. In this process, particularly noteworthy is the plastic flow near surface layer. The edges of the sheet are joined to the other sheet, thus two sheets can be joined each other. In the experiment, the shot peening treatment was performed by using an air-type peening machine. The shots used were made of high carbon cast steel. Air pressure was 0.6 MPa and peening time was in the range of 30-240s. The metal sheets were commercial low-carbon steel, stainless steel, pure aluminium, aluminium alloy, and pure copper. The effects of processing conditions on the bondability were mainly examined. It was found that the present method was effective for joining of dissimilar metal sheets.
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Authors: Yasunori Harada, Makoto Fukunaga, Kenzo Fukaura, Satoru Ujihashi, Yuji Kobayashi
Abstract: The butt joining of dissimilar sheets using a shot peening process was investigated. Shot peening is a surface treatment and improves the performance of engineering components. In shot peening, the substrate undergoes a large plastic deformation near its surface due to a hit with many shots. Thus, plastic flow characterized by a shear droop occurs at the edge of the substrate due to shot peening. When the dissimilar sheets with the edge of the notch geometry are connected without level difference and shot-peened the connection, the sheets can be joined due to the plastic flow generated by the large plastic deformation during shot peening. In the experiment, a compressed-air-type shot peening machine was employed. The influences of processing conditions on the joining of the dissimilar sheets were examined. The joint strength increased with the kinetic energy of shots. It was found that the present method using shot peening process was effective in joining dissimilar sheets.
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Authors: Sheng Hui Song, Fu Tian Liu
Abstract: Two kinds of polymer fiber and polymer latex are used to improve the toughness and bondability of cement mortar. The influences of the fiber and latex on the compressive and flexural strength, compressive strength-flexural strength ratio (CS/FS), bond flexural strength and compactedness of the hardened mortar were studied. The results showed that both of the latex and fibre can improve the compressive and flexural strength of mortar in low content, decrease the CS/FS, and then improve the toughness significantly. The bond flexural strength of mortar can be improved by 40-50% when the latex is added. The effect of fibre-latex added together was better than that of two matters added separately. The optimized components for Fibre-Latex hybrid were: 0.28% of PVA+5% of ACE.
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Authors: Y. Takahashi, Hitoshi Ishii
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Authors: Yasunori Harada, H. Kosugi, Seijiro Maki, M. Umemura, E. Nagashima
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Authors: Roslina Ismail, Fuaida Harun, Azman Jalar, Shahrum Abdullah
Abstract: This work is a contribution towards the understanding of wire bond integrity and reliability in relation to their microstructural and mechanical properties in semiconductor packaging.The effect of surface roughness and hardness of leadframe on the bondability of Au wedge bond still requires detail analysis. Two type of leadframes namely leadframe A and leadframe B were chosen and scanning electron microscope (SEM) and optical microscope were used to inspect the surface morphology of leadframes and the quality of created Au wedge bond after wire bonding process. It was found that there were significant differences in the surface morphologies between these two leadframes. The atomic force microscopy (AFM) which was utilized to measure the average roughness, Ra of lead finger confirms that leadframe A has the highest Ra with value of 166.46 nm compared to that of leadframe B with value of 85.89 nm. While hardness value of different lead finger from the selected leadframe A and B obtained using Vicker microhardness tester are 180.9 VH and 154.2VH respectively.
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Authors: Yasunori Harada, Kenzo Fukaura
Abstract: In this study, plastic flow joining using a shot peening process was investigated. Surface treatment is necessary to improve the surface properties. Shot peening is one of the surface treatments. Since the surface of substrate is hit repeatedly with a large number of shots, the substrate undergoes a large plastic deformation near its surface. Therefore, plastic flow characterized by a shear droop occurs at the edge of the substrate due to shot peening. If an implant made of a dissimilar material is set in a hollow space on the surface of the substrate and then shot-peened, it can be joined to the substrate due to the peening droop generated by the large plastic deformation during shot peening. In this method, the availability of the plastic flow, i.e., the peening droop makes the joining of the implant possible. In the experiment, a compressed-air-type shot peening machine was employed. To examine experimentally the influence of working temperature on bondability, equipment with a heating furnace was produced. The influence of processing conditions on the joining of the implant and the substrate was examined. The joint strength increased with the kinetic energy of shots and processing temperature. The improved implant with a step was effective in improving in bondability. The dissimilar material was also successfully joined to a thin sheet by using of the interaction of peening droops. It was found that the present method using the peening droop was effective for joining the dissimilar materials.
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Authors: Roslina Ismail, Fuaida Harun, Azman Jalar, Shahrum Abdullah
Abstract: The in-situ inspection of ultrasonic vibration of wire bonder capillary was carried out using laser interferometer in order to analyze the formation of Au wedge bond. It was observed that the changes in ultrasonic vibration can be used to describe process of bonding formation. The loss of ultrasonic energy was exhibited in ultrasonic vibration waveform of wire bonding on leadframe A. This observation is due to the low frictional energy and high deformation of Au wedge bond on leadframe A. The lower pull strength obtained by Au wedge bond further confirms the reduction of bond formation on leadframe A.
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