Accession Number : ADP005193
Title : Component Lead Solderability vs Artificial Steam Aging II,
Corporate Author : IBM FEDERAL SYSTEMS DIV OWEGO NY
Personal Author(s) : Wild,Roger N.
Report Date : FEB 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 23
Abstract : This paper will review efforts to reduce rework and pretinning of components by improving the solderability of incoming components used for military products. This paper will discuss some specification and in-house solderability issues; however, the major portion of this paper will discuss the status of a component steam aging study effort which is designed to try to correlate artificial component steam aging to different storage environments and the impacts of solderability on long term component storage. This is considered a status report on the analysis of steam aging and component solderability as this study will continue for at least two more years to establish long term solderability effects.
Descriptors : *SOLDERING, *LEAD WIRES, SOLDERING FLUXES, TIN COATINGS, INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH, MILITARY APPLICATIONS
Subject Categories : Mfg & Industrial Eng & Control of Product Sys
Couplers, Fasteners, and Joints
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE