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Fatigue Life Prediction of Solder Joints in Electronic Packages with ANSYS® describes the method in great detail starting from the theoretical basis. The reader is supplied with an add-on software package to ANSYS® that is designed for solder joint fatigue reliability analysis of electronic packages. Specific steps of the analysis method are discussed through examples without leaving any room for confusion. The add-on package along with the examples make it possible for an engineer with a working knowledge of ANSYS® to perform solder joint reliability analysis. Fatigue Life Prediction of Solder Joints in Electronic Packages with ANSYS® allows the engineers to conduct fatigue reliability analysis of solder joints in electronic packages.
Preface. List of Commands. List of Tables. List of Figures. 1: Introduction. 1.1. Numerical Modeling with Finite Element Analysis. 1.2. Constitutive Relations. 1.3. Failure Prediction. 1.4. References. 2: Thermomechanical Fatigue Life Prediction Analysis. 2.1. Approach. 2.2. Analysis Steps. 2.3. Case Study: BGA-Type Package. 2.4. References. 3: Mechanical Bending Fatigue Life Prediction Analysis. 3.1. Approach. 3.2. Analysis Steps. 3.3. Case Study: BGA-Type Package. 3.4. References. 4: Macro Reference Library. 4.1. Overview. 4.2. Preprocessor. 4.3. Solution. 4.4. Postprocessing. 4.5. References. Appendix A: Installation and Execution. A.1: Steps for ReliANS Installation on a PC Platform. A.2: Steps for Adding Working Directories for Use in ReliANS. A.3: Demonstration of ReliANS Installation and Adding New Directories. A.4: Installation of ReliANS on UNIX Systems. Appendix B: Input Listings for Case Studies. B.1: Input Listing for the Case Study Given in Chapter 2. B.2: Input Listing for the Case Study Given in Chapter 3. Index.