bumping


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bumping

[′bəm·piŋ]
(aerospace engineering)
(chemistry)
Uneven boiling of a liquid caused by irregular rapid escape of large bubbles of highly volatile components as the liquid mixture is heated.
(mechanical engineering)
(metallurgy)
Forming a dish in metal by many repeated blows.
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is reduced by more than half in the high-"ve, and germ transfer was 90% lower when bumping "sts.
Pew Research also found that the kind of phones being used affects their chances of "distracted walking." Thirty-two percent of smartphone owners have experienced bumping into something or someone while walking when using their phones, as compared to 14% of non-smartphone owners having the same accident.
Bumping is a technique that requires no special skill; a thief can learn and use the technique in mere moments.
Abstract: Ball bumping can provide advantages over plated-up bumps for several reasons: ball bumps can be more cost effective; they can support multiple substrate attach technologies; single pass ball bump shapes are available without the planarization requirement; and ball bumping offers a technique for manufacturing unique thin flat pancake shaped bumps and other shapes.
Note that solder bumping takes place at the wafer level and not the single die level.
Average bump height measurements and standard deviations for each die on a single wafer can be plotted as a surface showing characteristic bumping process variation across a wafer.
Bumpelina practiced the bumping noises she would make tomorrow.
They're already protected by a classic, seniority-based civil service structure--including a personnel regulation called "bumping" that provides one of the biggest excuses for avoiding administrative reform.
As illustrated, production of this package requires five process steps: bumping the chip (or wafer) that will reside inside the package, attaching the chip to the substrate, bumping or ball placement of the substrate for interconnect to the board, underfill and encapsulation of the package.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has recently upheld a tribunal's decision that an employee's dismissal for redundancy was unfair because the employer had not considered "bumping" a more junior employee to create a vacancy for the redundant employee.
Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, Inc, (NYSE:ASX), Santa Clara, Calif., one of the world's largest semiconductor packaging and testing companies, has completed the development of its 300mm wafer solder bumping technology.