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296 pages

Starting Electronics

Creator: Keith Brindley | Technology & Engineering - 2011-08-02

We've jumped the gun a little here, in an effort to show you how the soldering of components to a printed circuit board works. ... In electronics, the term soldered joint is usually used to refer to where a component lead is soldered to the copper  ...

Publisher: Elsevier

About this book
Starting Electronics is unrivalled as a highly practical introduction for technicians, non-electronic engineers, software engineers, students, and hobbyists. Keith Brindley introduces readers to the functions of the main component types, their uses, and the basic principles of building and designing electronic circuits. Breadboard layouts make this very much a ready-to-run book for the experimenter, and the use of readily available, inexpensive components makes this practical exploration of electronics easily accessible to all levels of engineer and hobbyist. Other books tell readers what to do, but sometimes fail to explain why – Brindley gives readers hands-on confidence in addition to real scientific knowledge, and insight into the principles as well as the practice. All written explanations and steps are supplemented with numerous photos, charts, tables and graphs. Concepts and practical aspects are explained thoroughly with mathematical formulae and technical schematic drawings. Each chapter introduces a concept or tool, explains the basic theory, and provides clear instructions for a simple experiment to apply the concept or tool, with quiz sections and answers, at the end of each chapter. New chapters on multimeters and soldering will be added, covering the fundamentals and experiments, with a basic parts list and an expanded and updated buyer’s guide.Guides the reader through the basics of electronics, from fundamentals of theory to practical work and experimentsStructured for learning and self-study: each chapter introduces a concept or tool, explains the basic theory, and provides clear instructions for a simple experiment to apply the concept or tool, with quiz sections and answers, at the end of each chapterNew chapters on multimeters and soldering, covering the fundamentals and experiments, with a basic parts list. Expanded and updated buyer’s guide to accompany parts lists

300 pages

Soldering in Electronics Assembly

Creator: Mike Judd, Keith Brindley | Technology & Engineering - 2013-09-24

Basically, we are interested in how solder wets a copper surface, so the best way of comparing contaminants is to consider how they affect solder's wetting ability. Wetting ability is just one aspect of solderability, which is discussed later, but for ...

Publisher: Elsevier

376 pages

Lead-Free Soldering in Electronics, Science, Technology, and Environmental Impact

Creator: Katsuaki Suganuma | Technology & Engineering - 2003-12-11

It is not clear why Pb-Sn solders became the predominant solder material, although there is speculation that it was a carryover from the “electrical” industry, in which Pb-Sn solders were used to solder copper wires. Interestingly, another sector ...

Publisher: CRC Press

About this book
Assessing the scientific and technological aspects of lead-free soldering, Lead-Free Soldering in Electronics considers the necessary background and requirements for proper alloy selection. It highlights the metallurgical and mechanical properties; plating and processing technologies; and evaluation methods vital to the production of lead-free solders in electronics.A valuable resource for those interested in promoting environmentally-conscious electronic packaging practices!Responding to increasing environmental and health concerns over lead toxicity, Lead-Free Soldering in Electronics discusses:Soldering inspection and designMechanical evaluation in electronics Lead-free solder paste and reflow solderingWave solderingPlating lead-free soldering in electronicsLead-Free Soldering in Electronics will benefit manufacturing, electronics, and mechanical engineers, as well as undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.

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How to Solder Electronics (with Pictures) - wikiHow
Learn to recognize when there is enough solder present. After a proper application of solder, the solder will be shiny and not dull. Visible indications are the best way to know if your solder joint is good. The solder needs to melt with the surface of the electronic components, rather than the tip of the soldering iron.

Electronics Primer: How to Solder Electronic Components
To solder, heat the connection with the tip of the soldering iron for a few seconds, then apply the solder. Heat the connection, not the solder. Hold the soldering iron like a pen, near the base of the handle.

How to Solder Copper Wire | Hunker
Hold the solder to the joint you are trying to solder. Place the tip of the solder at the point where the solder iron tip and part you are soldering meet. Hold the solder in place for a few seconds until solder starts to flow.

How to Solder Electronics - YouTube
Good and bad joint examples, the importance of flux, choosing the right tip, how to maintain the tip, health hazards from soldering fumes. Recommended ...

How to Solder Electronics - YouTube
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