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Models for the Thermomechanical Behavior of Metal/Ceramic Laminates

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 February 2011

S. M. Spearing
Affiliation:
Carborundum Microelectronics, Phoenix AZ
M. A. Tenhover
Affiliation:
Carborundum Technology Division, Niagara Falls, NY
D. B. Lukco
Affiliation:
Carborundum Technology Division, Niagara Falls, NY
L. Viswanathan
Affiliation:
Carborundum Microelectronics, Phoenix AZ
D. K. Hollen
Affiliation:
Carborundum Microelectronics, Phoenix AZ
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Abstract

Metal/ceramic bilayers fracture by one of three failure modes; crazing, spalling or interfacial failure. Models for these failure modes are developed. The results are presented as maps that can be used in the design and failure analysis of electronic packages. Examples are presented for several material systems, including A1N.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 1994

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