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Caractérisation thermomécanique, modélisation et optimisation fiabiliste des packages électroniques

Abstract : During operation, electronic packages are exposed to various thermal and mechanical solicitations. These solicitations combined are the source for most of electronic package failures. To ensure electronic packages robustness, manufacturers perform reliability testing and failure analysis prior to any commercialization. However, experimental tests, during design phase and prototypes development, are known to be constraining in terms of time and material resources. This research aims to develop four finite element models in 3D, validated/calibrated by experimental tests, integrating JEDEC recommendations to : - Perform electronic packages thermal and thermomechanical characterization ; - Predict the thermal fatigue life of solder joints in place of the standardized experimental characterization.However, implementation of the finite element model has some disadvantages related to uncertainties at the geometry, material properties, boundary conditions or loads. These uncertainties influence thermal and electronic systems thermomechanical behavior. Hence the need to formulate the problem in probabilistic terms, in order to conduct a reliability study and a electronic packages reliability based design optimization.To remedy the enormous computation time generated by classical reliability analysis methods, we developed methodologies specific to this problem, using approximation methods based on advanced kriging, which allowed us to build a substitution model, combining efficiency and precision. Therefore reliability analysis can be performed accurately and in a very short time with Monte Carlo simulation (MCS) and FORM / SORM methods coupled with the advanced model of kriging. Reliability analysis was associated in the optimization process, to improve the performance and electronic packages structural design reliability. In the end, we applied the reliability analysis methodologies to the four finite element models developed. As a result, reliability analysis proved to be very useful in predicting uncertainties effects related to material properties. Similarly, reliability optimization analysis performed out has enabled us to improve the electronic packages structural design performance and reliability. In the end, we applied the reliability analysis methodologies to the four finite element models developed. As a result, reliability analysis proved to be very useful in predicting uncertainties effects related to material properties. Similarly, reliability optimization analysis performed out has enabled us to improve the electronic packages structural design performance and reliability.
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Omar Bendaou. Caractérisation thermomécanique, modélisation et optimisation fiabiliste des packages électroniques. Mécanique [physics.med-ph]. Normandie Université; École Mohammadia d'ingénieurs (Rabat, Maroc), 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017NORMIR20⟩. ⟨tel-01760307⟩

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