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Material Needs and Reliability Challenges in Automotive Packaging Under Harsh Conditions

 Varughese Mathew
  28th-Aug-2017
Description: Typical harsh environments for Automotive electronics include – Extreme temperatures, temperature cycling, high humidity. Underhood components – ambient temperature can be 150˚C or higher (may range 175ºC - 200ºC, and peak temperature may even higher). Extreme temperature cycles - thermal expansion coefficients of materials in the system and ICs are very important. Other potentially damaging conditions include corrosive environments, electrostatic discharge (ESD),high voltage environments electromagnetic interference (EMI), vibrations, physical impact etc..
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Domain: Electronics
Category: Semiconductors
Contents:
MATERIAL NEEDS AND RELIABILITY
CHALLENGES IN AUTOMOTIVE PACKAGING
UNDER HARSH CONDITIONS
Varughese Mathew
NXP Semiconductors
6501 William Cannon Drive, Austin TX, USA

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