Effect of adding 0.3 wt% Ni into the Sn–0.7 wt%Cu solder: part I: wetting behavior on Cu and Ni substrates
Rizvi, M.J., Bailey, Christopher, Chan, Y.C. and Lu, Hua (2007) Effect of adding 0.3 wt% Ni into the Sn–0.7 wt%Cu solder: part I: wetting behavior on Cu and Ni substrates. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 438 (1-2). pp. 116-121. ISSN 0925-8388Full text not available from this repository.
Comparative wetting behavior of Sn-0.7Cu and Sn-0.7Cu-0.3Ni solders on Cu and Ni substrates were assessed through the wetting balance test. No-clean (NC), non-activated (R) and water soluble organic acid (WS) fluxes were used to assess the wetting behavior for three different solder bath temperatures of 255, 275 and 295 °C. Experimental results unveiled that adding of 0.3 wt% Ni into Sn-0.7Cu solder can improve the wetting on Cu substrate when NC and WS fluxes are used. However, such addition of Ni did not improve the wetting of Sn-0.7Cu solder for R-type flux. In the case of Ni substrate, addition of Ni helped to improve the wetting for all three types of fluxes as higher wetting forces were documented for Sn-0.7Cu-0.3Ni solder compared to the Sn-0.7Cu solder. Among the fluxes, worst performance was observed for R-type flux. Very large contact angles were recorded for both solders with this kind of flux. Experimental results also revealed that higher solder bath temperature played an important role to lower the contact angle, to increase the wetting force and to enhance the wetting. Computer modeling of wetting balance test also revealed that both the wetting force and meniscus height are inversely proportional to the contact angles. Besides, solder bath depth and radius do not affect significantly on the wetting behavior.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||wetting, solder, flux, wetting force, contact angle, modeling|
|Subjects:||Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science|
T Technology > TN Mining engineering. Metallurgy
|School / Department / Research Groups:||School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences > Centre for Numerical Modelling & Process Analysis|
School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences
School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences > Centre for Numerical Modelling & Process Analysis > Computational Mechanics & Reliability Group
School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences > Department of Computer Systems Technology
School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences > Department of Mathematical Sciences
School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences > Department of Computer Science
|Last Modified:||31 Mar 2011 18:20|
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