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Articles by A. Jalar
Total Records ( 4 ) for A. Jalar
  S. Abdullah , M.F. Abdullah , A.K. Ariffin and A. Jalar
  The copper-based leadframe is practically proven effective in the thermal and reliability of a Quad Flat No Lead (QFN) three dimension (3D) stacked-die semiconductor package. Reducing the copper thickness is understood to present various thermal and reliability failure mode and mechanisms, such as die cracking and delamination. However, no in-depth study has been pursued in order to determine the capability of achieving the product requirements in terms of thermal and reliability in a 3D stacked-die package. The drive towards a Die-Free Package Cost (DFPC) reduction has led the authors to study the used of a thin leadframe in a QFN 3D stacked-die. Hence, the work presents basis for the qualification of a thin leadframe design and also to demonstrate the thermal and reliability performance. Finally, an extensive virtual thermal-mechanical prototyping has to be achieved in order to understand the physics of materials during the assembly and reliability testing of a 3D stacked-die package with a thin leadframe. This design rule was found to be developed in order to prevent a die crack occurrence between die and leadframe in the semiconductor package.
  M.K. Md Arshad , A. Jalar , I. Ahmad and G. Omar
  This study reports a number of experiments that were designed to characterize aluminum bond pad surfaces prior to electroless nickel immersion gold (ENIG). In the ENIG process, aluminum bond pads need special treatment to achieve successful nickel deposition and provide reliable interconnection of under bump metallurgy in advanced packaging. During this treatment process, the aluminum pad was cleaned, activated and then coated with a layer of zinc. Systematic study was carried out to determine the best parameters, through multiple and various exposure times of the zincation process and zincation solution concentration effect on the Ni/Au surface roughness and aluminum dissolution rate on the bond pad during multiple zincation process. The ball shear strength was evaluated between eutectic 37Pb/63Sn solder ball and under bump metallurgy (UBM) interfaces across multiple zincation process. Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), Energy Dispersive X-Ray (EDX), Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), Focused Ion Beam (FIB) and ball shear tester were used as analytical tools. The results suggest that the multiple zincation process consistently produces a smoother surface of ENIG UBM and consequently provides a better shear strength.
  M.F. Rosle , I. Abdullah , S. Abdullah , M.A.A. Hamid , A.R. Daud and A. Jalar
  Problem statement: Repeated heat cure during assembly processes affected the Die Attach Film (DAF) material properties and the effectiveness touched area that leads to weak die bonding and delamination. Suitable die attached condition and DAF material selection had been evaluated to achieve required reliability performance in the manufacturing of the 3D Quad Flat No-Lead (QFN) stacked die package. Approach: During this study, special attention was given to the development of the residual stresses due to mismatch in the coefficients of thermal expansion of different DAF materials. Both experimental and finite element method were employed to gain a better understanding in a stress development induced between two different type of DAF, different die attach temperature and during the manufacturing process. Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) was used to measure the changes of heat flow characteristics for both types of DAF. The die bond strength results measured using shear testing machine were compared with the finite element method prediction. Results: Although both DAF samples achieved good reliability performance and passed the Moisture Sensitivity Level 3 test (MSL3) at reflow 260°C without any sign of delamination, numerical simulation had demonstrated that the stress development were increased exponentially as the die attach temperature increased. It showed that different DAF gave different values of stresses but presented the same trend which the lowest die attached temperature (100°C in comparison with 125°C and 150°C) gave more stress to the die and possibility that the die will have weak adhesion to the substrate was high. Conclusions/Recommendations: Therefore for this case, stress can be relieved by having higher die attached temperature with an adequate bonding force and time, however die attached temperature for both DAF must be used above the glass transition temperature (128°C for DAF A and 165°C for DAF B) and being controlled not to exceed the crystallization temperature (203°C for DAF A and 204°C for DAF B) of both DAF.
  Z. Kornain , A. Jalar , N. Amin , R. Rasid and C. S. Foong
  Problem statement: This study mainly to study the effect of several commercial underfill materials to the reliability of HiCTE Flip Chip Ceramic Ball Grid Array (FC-CBGA) package due to Accelerated Thermal Cycling (ATC) effect. Approach: The warpage condition of package, die back stress, interfacial die shear stress, and solder bump fatigue for different commercial underfills were assessed and compared via a commercial Finite Element Analysis (FEA) under JEDEC Standard of ATC. The thermo-mechanical properties of underfills for simulation were obtained by using Thermal Mechanical Analyzer (TMA) and Dynamic Mechanical Analyzer (DMA). The actual package of HiCTE FC-CBGA were assembled with those underfill materials and underwent ATC to be compared with FEA result. Results: The results from FEA and experimental were discussed to characterize the performance of each underfill material. The results of this study indicate that the underfill materials investigated, those with a glass transition temperature (Tg) and a Youngs modulus of approximately above 105°C and 8-9 GPa, respectively, were appropriate for HiCTE FC-CBGA with high lead solder bumps. Conclusion: The result from FEA analysis and ATC reliability test found that the underfill materials with high and medium low Youngs modulus has high reliability in FC-CBGA package.
 
 
 
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