Thermomechanical stress analysis of laminated thick-film multilayer substrates

As an increasing number of polymer dielectric layers were laminated, the maximum bow values were measured layer by layer using a laser profilometry during thermal cycling. In the lamination process, a polymeric film is overlaid on a silicon substrate using a polymeric adhesive. Since the lamination process uses relatively thick polymer films, the classical stress analyses assuming infinitesimally thin films, are no longer effective. In this letter, a simple model based on the composite beam theory is presented to analyze the experimental results, and compared with the well-known Stoney's formula. The thermomechanical behavior of the laminated multilayer polymer films on a silicon substrate was better described by the proposed model, while an error as much as 30% was involved using Stoney's formula. The model can be applied for the design and fabrication of multilayer multichip module substrates. (C) 1999 American Institute of Physics. [S0003-6951(99)03623-2].
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Amer Inst Physics
Issue Date
1999-06
Language
ENG
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APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, v.74, no.23, pp.3507 - 3509

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0003-6951
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http://hdl.handle.net/10203/1195
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ME-Journal Papers(저널논문)
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