Migrating fat also proved to induce a more pronounced swelling than the same amount of absorbed moisture
The observation that current weathering methods do not apply moisture sufficiently to properly simulate end-use conditions or behavior leads to the question, how much absorbed moisture
is appropriate for these test methods?
The company's systems prevent the product from coagulating, breaking down, corroding or from being susceptible to mould or bacterial growth as a result of absorbed moisture
Lead-free soldering, with its higher temperature profiles, can exacerbate the condition, as parts that have absorbed moisture
are prone to popcorning when ramp rates are too fast or peak temperatures too high.
The absorbed moisture
is removed from the element at a temperature of 110[degrees]C or less to regenerate the element.
This condition has been reported primarily in vehicles operated in mountainous regions, and on vehicles that have been in service for a minimum of one to two years and where the brake fluid has absorbed moisture
from the air, lowering its boiling point.
5-W Power PLCC-4 LEDs can be kept in the open air (30 C, 60 percent relative humidity) for up to four weeks after being removed from its sealed package without the need to remove absorbed moisture
Once equilibrium was reached, the difference in absorbed moisture
To drive off absorbed moisture
, another specimen was baked at 125[degrees]C for 4 hours prior to underfill.
If not appropriately dried prior to molding, absorbed moisture
can turn to steam and harm adhesion at the interface of the two materials.
For manufacturers, this rating means that the ASMT-SWBM can be kept in the open air (30 degrees C, 60 percent relative humidity) for up to four weeks after being removed from its sealed package without the need to remove absorbed moisture
The chloride on the affected component would not have been so apt to cause a failure if the WOA flux residues had not absorbed moisture
from the air.