EMC

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EMCElectromagnetic Compatibility
EMCElectric Membership Corporation
EMCEasy Media Creator (Roxio)
EMCEnhanced Machine Controller (sourcefourge.net project)
EMCEnvironmental Modeling Center
EMCEducational Media Center
EMCEmergency Medical Center (various locations)
EMCExecutive Management Consulting (various locations)
EMCEnterprise Management Consulting (various organizations)
EMCEastern Mennonite College (Harrisonburg, VA)
EMCExternal Memory Controller (various companies)
EMCExchange Management Console (Microsoft)
EMCEvent Management Communication (various organizations)
EMCEverything Must Change
EMCEvent Management Certificate (tourism program)
EMCElectronic Medicines Compendium (UK)
EMCElan Microelectronics Corp.
EMCEducatie Medicala Continua (Romanian: Continuing Medical Education)
EMCElectronic Music Culture
EMCEmergency Management Council (various locations)
EMCEisenhower Medical Center (Rancho Mirage, CA, founded 1970)
EMCEvangelical Methodist Church
EMCEuropean Medical Center
EMCEvery Minute Counts (various organizations)
EMCEvent Management Center (various organizations)
EMCElectronic and Mobile Commerce (various organizations)
EMCEnhanced Machine Controller
EMCEngineering Management Certification
EMCElement Management Client
EMCEnhanced Memory Controller
EMCElectro Magnetic Compliance
EMCElectro Magnetic Compatibility
EMCEquilibrium Moisture Content (lumber)
EMCEurope Machine Company (France)
EMCEnzyme Modified Cheese
EMCEuropean Music Council (International Music Council)
EMCElectric Mobility Canada (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada)
EMCEncephalomyocarditis
EMCÉcole de Management Commercial du Jura (French: Jura School of Commercial Management; Jura, France)
EMCExport Management Company
EMCEmergency Management Coordinator
EMCExcellence in Manufacturing Consortium (Canada)
EMCExecutive Meeting Center (various locations)
EMCÉtude des Mécanismes Cognitifs (French: Cognitive Mechanisms; psychology)
EMCEncyclopédie Medico-Chirurgicale
EMCExecutive Management Committee
EMCEpoxy Molding Compound
EMCEmerging Market Countries
EMCEssential Media Communications (Australia)
EMCEvent Mean Concentration (mean concentration of pollutants in the runoff from a storm event)
EMCEducation Management Corporation (New Jersey; est. 1989)
EMCEcosystem Management Coordination (USDA Forest Service)
EMCElectron Microscopy Centre (various universities)
EMCElectromagnetic Capability
EMCEquipment Management Company (various locations)
EMCEmergency Control
EMCEnvironmental Management Corporation (O'Fallon, MO)
EMCEnergy Management Company
EMCErasmus Medical Center (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
EMCElectromagnetic Calorimeter (device to measure electromagnetic energy deposition in high energy/nuclear physics)
EMCEuropéenne de Matériaux Composites (French: European Composite Materials)
EMCElectrical Mechanical Contractor (journal; Electrical Contractors' Association)
EMCEmerging and other Communicable Diseases Surveillance and Control
EMCEster Méthylique de Colza (French: Rapeseed Methyl Ester)
EMCEnvironmental Management Corporation
EMCEastern Madera County (California)
EMCEssential Mixed Cryoglobulinemia
EMCÉducation Médicale Continue
EMCEuropean Muon Collaboration
EMCElectronic Media Claim(s)
EMCEquity Membership Candidate
EMCEight Mile Creek (restaurant; New York, NY)
EMCElectromagnetic Control
EMCEngineering Management Conference
EMCEuro Mobilfunk Center (German mobile goods)
EMCEMedia Music Corporation (software; Seattle, WA)
EMCEquity Market Capitalization
EMCExpandoMetaClass (programming language; Groovy)
EMCElectro Motive Corporation
EMCExtended Math Coprocessor
EMCEnergy Market Consultants (UK) Ltd
EMCEmirates Motor Company (United Arab Emirates)
EMCEnterprise Management Center
EMCEpiscopal Missionary Church
EMCExpanded Medical Capacity
EMCEuropean Mining Course
EMCEducational Media Collection (various schools)
EMCExpanded Media Coverage (courts)
EMCElectromagnetic Casting
EMCEthyl Methyl Carbonate
EMCEmerging Markets Communications, Inc.
EMCEmailXtender for Microsoft Exchange (software)
EMCEvangelical Mennonite Conference
EMCEnergy Management Controller
EMCErdenet Mining Corporation (Mongolia)
EMCElectromagnetic Conductivity
EMCEvolved Monkey Combat
EMCEquivalent Magnetic Current
EMCEuropean Mediation Conference
EMCEdema Macular Cistoide
EMCElectromagnetic Channel
EMCEagle Motor Company
EMCElectromagnetic Charge
EMCEditing Machines Corporation
EMCEuropean Masters Championships
EMCElectrician's Mate Chief (USN Rating)
EMCEnsephalomyocarditis
EMCElectrical Measurements Console
EMCExecution Management Control (TBMCS)
EMCEnhanced Super Multi-Coatings
EMCEndometrial Curettage (Ob/Gyn)
EMCEnterprise Monitoring and Coordination
EMCEngineered Military Circuit
EMCEmergency Message Change
EMCExercise Maneuver Control
EMCEgan Marino Corporation
EMCExercise Management and Control
EMCEconoway Motor Coach, Inc.
EMCElectronic Molding Corporation (former electronic component manufacturer in Woonsocket, RI)
EMCEnlisted Management Category
EMCElectronic Maintenance Complex
EMCEnvironmental Moisture Content (material property)
EMCEducational and Methodological Council
EMCEquipment Manufacturers Code
EMCEducational Methodical Consortium
EMCEnraged Mad Customer
EMCElectronic Material Change
EMCElevator Motor Controller
EMCEmerging Multi-National Carriers
EMCElectro-Mechanical Controller
EMCElementoMadera.com
EMCExxon Mobil Canada Ltd
EMCEvolution of Math Communication in the Era of Digital Libraries
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New epoxy molding compounds (EMCs) for encapsulating microelectronic devices are needed in the near future because halogen-containing flame retardants and antimony oxide flame retardant synergists, which are widely used in present-day molding compounds, may be environmentally hazardous.
The Lewis base catalyst, triphenylphosphine-1,4-benzoquinone (TPP-BQ), is the thermally latent catalyst used in the epoxy molding compounds, which can control initial polymerization or curing and are used in packaging [1, 20].
Morphology studies of the cured epoxy molding compounds were performed by scanning electron microscope (Hitachi S-4800 field-emission SEM).
Epoxy molding compounds (EMCs) are widely used to encapsulate semiconductor devices due to superior properties such as high mechanical strength and high productivity [1, 2].
Epoxy Molding Compounds. As shown in Table 1, the EMCs were mainly composed of epoxy resin and phenolic resin hardener.
Formulation of epoxy molding compounds. Parts by Product Materials weight Supplier name Epoxy resin Diglycidyl ether of 100 Japan Epoxy YX4000H tetra methyl biphenyl Resin Hardener Phenolic resin 82.4-123.6 Mitsui XL225 chemical Accelerator Triphenylphosphine 2 -- -- Mold release Ethlene glycol ester of 3 Hoechst -- agent montanic acid Coloring Carbon black 1 -- -- agent Coupling Glycidoxypropyl 8 Shinetsu KBM403 agent trimethoxysilane chemical Filler Spherical silica 80 vol% -- -- TABLE 2.
Typical epoxy molding compounds are made as they have been for sixty years.
As is the case with existing epoxy molding compounds, this material is blended or manufactured at elevated temperatures.
Several researchers have already studied warpage of BGA [4], and it is known that cure shrinkage and thermal shrinkage of epoxy molding compound determine the warpage.
Cure shrinkage of the epoxy molding compound was evaluated by CS=ToSuThS (1)
Therefore, this study evaluates the performance of AlN-filled Epoxy Molding Compounds (EMC) with a high thermal dissipation characteristic rather than the crystalline silica-filled EMC that has a thermal conductivity of about 1.7 W/m-K.
The Basic Composition of Epoxy Molding Compounds (EMC)