ForensisGroup soldering Expert Witnesses are involved with the process in which two or more metal components are attached by melting and flowing a filler metal with a relatively low melting point into the joint. Soldering is commonly used to form a permanent connection between electronic components and circuits in computers. Solder is a metallic adhesive that holds the parts together and forms a connection permitting electrical current flow.
Our experts in soldering have many years of experience working in the design and production of semiconductors. They have expertise in designing multiple custom integrated circuits, hybrid assemblies, and manufacturing processes and developed advanced technology for integrating semiconductors into systems, such as a new flip chip connector, a novel cooling method, a new test methodology, and a solder-free assembly method. Other experts are trained in the field of metallurgy and mechanical engineering. Their extensive experience includes materials science and engineering, metallurgical engineering, processing science, and the oxidation of metals—including indium, tin, solders, and copper.
They conduct solder failure analyses of materials exposed to various conditions involving stress, temperature, and impact, along with solder alloy design and development, thermodynamics of materials, reactivity of materials, and materials and manufacturing processing.
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