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Durabilityn ageing and packaging

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 9.0
    • Tutorials : 9.0
    ECTS : 2.0

Goals

Provide notions anbout electrochemical interfaces and durability in electrochemical generators.


Contact Fiqiri HODAJ, Marian CHATENET

Content

Packaging (12h00)

* The role of packaging in microelectronics.
* IC packaging, technologies (WB - wire-bonding, FC - flip chip, TAB - Tape Automated Bonding).
* Packaging families (SMP, THP,..), types (BGA, PQA, SIP, PGA,...) and packages (plastic, ceramic).
* Materials used in packaging (advantages and limits).
* Microsystem packaging.
* Description and study of physico-chemical and mechanical phenomena intervening in packaging process (thermodynamics, reaction kinetics, wetting,...).
* Study of particular cases of packaging.

Electrochemical generators (12h00)

I - How electrochemical interfaces do influence the initial performances. Optimized electrode structure (PEMFC), dilatation, adhesion, stability (SOFC), metal-base electrodes (batteries).
II - Systems durability. Intrinsic properties of the materials and their assembly. Effect of the operating conditions (temperature, load, etc.) on the durabilit



Prerequisites

Tests

The exam is given in english only 

Written exam (1.5 h)



Additional Information

This course is given in english only EN

Curriculum->SIM->Semester 5

Bibliography

Handbook of Batteries, D. Linden, T.B. Reddy, 3 ed, McGraw-Hill
Handbook of fuel cells, H. A. Gasteiger et al. Eds, Vol. 1-4 (2003) & 5-6 (2009), Wiley C.A. Harper, Electronic Packaging and Interconnection Handbook, 3d edition, McGraw-Hill, 2000
J. Lau, C.P. Wong, J.L. Prince, W. Nakayama, Electronic Packaging: design, materials, process and reliability, McGraw-Hill, 1998.
R.R. Tumala, Fundamentals of Microsystems packaging, Mack-Graw Hill, 2001.

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