iNEMI End-of-Project Webinar: Conformal Coating Evalutation for Improved Environmental Protection:June 8/9
End-of-Project Webinar, Session 2
Conformal Coating Evaluation for Improved
Environmental Protection, Phase 2
June 8/9, 2022
If you missed the first session of the end-of-project webinar for iNEMI’s Conformal Coating project, there’s still time to sign up for Session 2 (see registration link below).
The standard method of evaluating conformal coatings is to apply coatings to the actual hardware and determine mean time to failure. This method is inconvenient and slow, often taking many months, which makes it an impractical way of testing.
The recently completed Phase 2 of the Conformal Coating Evaluation for Improved Environmental Protection project compared the results from three testing environments that provided much shorter testing times using Cu and Ag thin film metrologies. The project team tested three commonly available conformal coatings using flowers-of-sulfur (FOS) and mixed flowing gas (MFG) environments as well as iodine vapor tests (IVT). The FoS and the MFG environments were proven to be quick tests for quantitatively characterizing conformal coatings, while the IVT can qualitatively characterize conformal coatings in 30-60 minutes. This allows manufacturers to significantly accelerate product development and evaluation cycle times.
Please join this webinar to learn about the experiments and test results from Phase 2. The project team will also share what they learned from their study of using Terahertz as a non-destructive technique for coating thickness measurement, and will discuss potential future work.
This webinar is open to industry; advance registration is required. If you have any questions, please contact Haley Fu (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Session 2 (APAC)
Thursday, June 9, 2022
8:00-9:00 a.m. CST (China)
8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT (Americas) on June 8