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The Office of Naval Research (ONR) and the Joint Defense Manufacturing Technology Panel sponsored this Lead Free (Pb-Free) Electronics Manhattan Project in response to the very serious challenges for both the Military and Defense Industries to produce reliable hardware given the current climate within the electronics industry in regards to lead (Pb) free electronics manufacturing.
 
The cumulative effect of avoiding the issues associated with the transition to Pb-free electronics by the commercial world can be problematic for Navy and Military war-fighter programs that rely on the performance and reliability of Mission Critical Hardware. The Navy recognized that a collective endeavor by the most knowledgeable and credible participants in this project would be a first step in coalescing, organizing – and more importantly – identifying current practices in an attempt to separate relevant and factual information from the anecdotal or often misinterpreted data.
 
Book 2 of the Pb-Free Electronics Manhattan project focused on the development of a time phased roadmap, including a detailed technical approach, to deal with the multiple technical risks and knowledge gaps identified in book 1. The three-year roadmap and supporting details contained in book 2 define future research and development (R&D) recommended to deal with those issues. To convey the scope and purpose of the needed R&D, this research phase has been named the Pb-Free Electronics Risk Reduction Program.
 
Table of Contents
 
Foreword
Preface
Executive Summary
Introduction
Current Electronics Business Environment
Pb-Free Electronics Manhattan Project
Pb-Free Electronics Overview
Overview of Current State
Remediation of Risks
Roadmap
Methodology
Pb-Free Electronics Risk Reduction Program
Technology Roadmap
Tin Whiskers
Electronic Assemblies
Solder Joints
Electronic Components
Printed Circuit Boards
Program Management and Systems Engineering
Conclusion
Recommendations
Index
 
Full color images and graphs are provided.
Book 2. 321 pages. Released May 2010.

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