Introduction of multiscale analysis techniques to accelerate PCB design
Date: 30 November 2022
Timetable: 11:00 CET
Speakers: Koji Yamamoto
Many materials with heterogeneous microstructures are used in Printed Circuit Board (PCB). By controlling the microstructure of such composite materials, the properties can be created to match various design requirements. For example, the linear expansion coefficient of sealing resins can be controlled by mixing the appropriate amount of filler. This reduces thermal stress between neighboring materials and increases product life.
However, because of the high degree of design freedom in this problem, it is not realistic to evaluate material properties solely on actual testing. This presentation will introduce material property prediction techniques based on virtual material testing.
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