David Craven is Distinguished Professor of Art History at the University of New Mexico.
A definitive guide for practitioners new to the field or requiring a refresher course, Practical Guide to the Packaging of Electronics: Thermal and Mechanical Design and Analysis, Third Edition provides an understanding of system failures and helps identify the areas where they can occur. Specifically designed for the mechanical, electrical, or quality engineer, the book addresses engineering issues involved in electronics packaging and provides the basics needed to design a new system or troubleshoot a current one. Updated to reflect recent developments in the field, this latest edition adds two new chapters on acoustic and reliability fundamentals, and contains more information on electrical failures and causes. It also includes tools for understanding heat transfer, shock, and vibration.
Additionally, the author:
Addresses various cross-discipline issues in the design of electromechanical products Provides a solid foundation for heat transfer, vibration, and life expectancy calculations Identifies reliability issues and concerns Develops the ability to conduct a more thorough analysis for the final design Includes design tips and guidelines for each aspect of electronics packaging
Practical Guide to the Packaging of Electronics: Thermal and Mechanical Design and Analysis, Third Edition explains the mechanical and thermal/fluid aspects of electronic product design and offers a basic understanding of electronics packaging design issues. Defining the material in-depth, it also describes system design guidelines and identifies reliability concerns for practitioners in mechanical, – electrical or quality engineering.
The 15 full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from various submissions. The volume presents the papers that have been accepted for the following workshops: Big Data Applications in Telecoms, BDAT 2015, Big Social Data, BSD 2015, and Web Data Mining and Applications, WDMA 2015. The papers cover various issues in the area of the World Wide Web with the underlying technologies and applications.