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Tin Whisker Mitigation Methodologies: Report from SMART Group, Part 1

A distinguished group of experts gathered at Loughborough University in the East Midlands of the UK to share their knowledge with a room-full of engineers from the defence, aerospace and high-reliability electronics sector, at a seminar organised by SMART Group. As Geiaa technology increasingly becomes the standard for electronic interconnects and finishes, engineers must cope with the various challenges posed by this material.

Using a tin plating process deliberately chosen for it high propensity to whiskering, NPL had developed a parallel plate test vehicle that had been enabled electrical detection of failure. Therefore, the use of adequate reflow soldering processes is critical for producing solder joints that are acceptable for their end-product use environment. We have no amendments or corrections for this standard. Pulse plating could be used as a means of manipulating the grain structure and orientation of the tin deposit, and in some instances showed reduced whisker growth compared with direct current deposits.

The deposit characteristics studied beia thickness, grain size, morphology, orientation, intermetallic formation and elemental diffusion effects, under varying conditions of temperature, humidity, thermal cycling and applied external stress.

Living With PB-Free in High Performance Engineering Design

There had been a move away from component termination material type, structure and processing as specific mitigation strategies. The higher current densities tended to favour the formation of large eruptions, rather than filament whiskers. Trends for Printing Ultra Miniature Chips.

In a recent SMT survey, we asked the following question: The plan included a list of tasks necessary to provide ADHP engineers sufficient information to minimize risks associated with Pb-free solders and finishes. This standard is also available to be included in Standards Subscriptions. If the document is revised or amended, you will be notified by email.

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Remoteness and the inability to repair systems in situ obviously made the reliability issue even more critical, albeit for example Voyager 1 was still functioning after 39 years in 22. You may delete a document from your Alert Profile at any time. Summarizing at a high level, these challenges represent risks associated with 1 durability of the interconnection and 2 deleterious effects of tin whiskers.


Having started out as a “laundry list” of Pb-free concerns and challenges identified by the ADHP industry, the guide is structured such that those “delta” considerations, i. On behalf of ESA, a working hn led by Dr Dunn had produced a comprehensive set of guidelines for creating a lead-free control plan, which described the problems, requirements and methods relevant hhb the preparation of a plan for companies to control against the use of lead-free components and to ensure that pure tin did not find 0005 way into the manufacturing chain.

A remarkable observation was that in some instances it could be several years before whiskers began to grow, depending on the substrate and stress level.

This standard is applicable geiaa Aerospace and High Performance electronic applications which procure 22 that may contain Pb-free tin finishes. He began his presentation on problems associated with whisker growths with a remarkable time-lapse video recorded by researchers at Brown University, showing the initiation and growth of a tin whisker at a steady rate of about 1 micron per hour over a period of 40 hours.

But how do we set about mitigating against such failure where the use of pure tin finished components is unavoidable?

Your Alert Profile lists the giea that will be monitored. An additional test 000 had been designed, based on a PCB with 24 SOIC14 packages, assembled using range of techniques, to enable testing for short circuits between adjacent leads on individual component. This standard is not included in heia packages. Plated brass, tin-plated brass with a copper barrier layer, tin plated steel, tin-plated steel with a copper barrier layer, all displayed their own characteristics, sometimes predictable, sometimes not, but fused tin plating showed no whisker nucleation on any of these substrates during the 32 years of the study.

Strategies were now based on protective barriers, re-finishing of component terminations, and automatic coverage of pure tin finished surfaces by tin-lead solder during the assembly process.

Please first log in with a verified email before subscribing to alerts. He distributed copies to delegates, and it is available on-line for free download by clicking here.

While the Pb-free movement may appear ominous and challenging, there are tools and resources available to the designer. This paper presents a summary of efforts from document inception to document release. Proceed to Checkout Continue Shopping. Charles Cawthorne egia introduced Dr Mark Ashworth of Loughborough University, who discussed the effect of plating methodologies, the first of two presentations describing research carried out at Loughborough into mechanisms and feia for tin whisker mitigation.


He showed several examples of actual failures, and other instances where whiskers had grown but not yet been detected electrically.

Level 3, which was relevant to equipment designed to be sent into space, prohibited the use of pure tin finishes. Dr Dunn had collected data on whiskering effects over a period of 32 years, using the C-Ring test to introduce tensile geiia compressive stress, with different metal substrates, barrier layers and tin plating thicknesses, and the results were shortly to be published.

But higher pulse frequencies could result in greatly accelerated whisker growth, which was believed to be favoured by fine grained columnar structures. Finishes to be avoided were silver, plated tin-copper, any tin plating over brass without a copper or nickel barrier, and bright tin. With a heavy dependence on COTS to maintain a competitive edge, the industry is heavily influenced by the commercial supply chain h its increasing use of Pb-free materials.

This Standard establishes processes for documenting the mitigating steps gwia to reduce the harmful effects of tin finishes in electronic systems. With Professor Geoff Wilcox taking over as moderator, Charles Cawthorne began his own presentation by remarking that, since first observed inand despite many years of study, the mechanism of tin whiskering was still not fully understood and predictive modelling was not yet possible. Need more than yeia copy?

Martin Wickham reviewed previous findings and gave an update on current work. The space environment presented particular challenges to electronic systems: It will take geoa combination of high-level design strategies and an effective set of guidelines to enable the ADHP engineer to develop mission-successful products and systems.

A Circuitnet Media Publication. Using the analogue of two sword-fencers for illustration, Wickham explained different failure modes: Whisker growth was reduced by increasing deposit thickness and by deposition at higher current densities.

Upon reviewing these plans, several research consortiums and organizations embraced the plan and, to date, have addressed many of the technical needs although the significant effort of obtaining sufficient data to develop Pbfree reliability models still remains unanswered [15].

In summary, as the standards had evolved, they had become increasingly definitive with regard to component-to-component spacing design rules.