ADAMIS

Alloy Database for Micro-Solders

  • thermodynamic

ADAMIS

  • Number of components: 11
  • Number of phases: 122
  • Alloying elements: Ag, Al, Au, Bi, Cu, In, Ni, Pb, Sb, Sn and Zn

ADAMIS Solder Database – Thermodynamic database for multi-component micro-soldering alloy systems (Pb-containing/Pb-free).

  • The current ADAMIS solder database consists of 11 components: Ag, Al, Au, Bi, Cu, In, Ni, Pb, Sb, Sn, and Zn. These components account for most of the alloying and micro-alloying elements appearing in commercial micro-soldering alloy systems.
  • The current ADAMIS solder database consists of 122 phases, which covers most of the phases appearing in commercial micro-soldering alloys.
  • The current ADAMIS solder database has been tested with many commercial micro-soldering alloys, such as Sn-Ag-X, Sn-Cu-X, Sn-In-X, Sn-Zn-X based alloy, and also Cu-X-Y based alloy systems.

Comparison of the calculated isothermal sections of the Sn-Ag-Cu ternary system at 400 and600°C with the experimental data

This example shows the calculated isothermal sections of Sn-Ag-Cu ternary system at 400 and 600oC comparing with experimental data. The calculated phase boundaries describe the experimental data very well.

Calculated isopleth of the Sn-Ag-Cu system at 10 wt.% Sn with experimental data

The calculated isopleth of Ag-xCu-10Sn (wt.%) with the experimental data. Reasonable agreement is achieved between thermodynamic calculation and experimental measurements.

Calculated liquidus projection of the Sn-Ag-Cu system at the Sn-rich region

The calculated liquidus projection of the Sn-Ag-Cu at the Sn-rich region. The arrows indicate the temperature-decreasing direction.

The current ADAMIS solder thermodynamic database is developed by Materials Design Technology and Tohoku University, Japan.