"Soldering in Electronics Assembly" starts at the bottom and works its way right to the top of this vast technical, yet practical subject. It covers all relevant aspects of the area, looking theoretically at every facet likely to be needed in a detailed study, yet it does so in a most practical manner. The book looks at soldering processes in the light of electronic assembly type, solder, flux and cleaning requirements. Every available process, from the most basic hand soldering through to latest innovatory ones such as inert atmosphere wavesoldering and zoned forced convection infra-red machines are covered. Separate chapters consider safety and solder process quality assessment. Other important topics covered are: and a detailed analysis of solder and soldering action; purpose of flux and relevant flux types for any application; classification of assembly variants; assessment and maintenance of solderability; a detailed analysis of soldering process defects and causes. The book is intended for use during industrial construction of electronics assemblies at a professional level. Managers, engineers and technicians involved in the soldering process can use the book as a reference to see the variety of methods available together with an up-to-date discussion of technical concerns.
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Descripción Butterworth-Heinemann, 1993. Estado de conservación: Fair. N/A. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Nº de ref. de la librería GRP72208177