by: Ronak Varia, Xuejun Fan; Lamar University - Department of Mechanical Engineering
In this paper, hollowed solder ball structures in wafer level packages are investigated. Detailed 3-D finite element modelling is conducted for stress and accumulated inelastic strain energy density or creep strain analysis. Three cases are studied in this paper: a regular solder ball, a solder ball with a polymer core of sphere shape, and a hollowed solder ball... read article »
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