Optimizing SMT Performance Using Comparisons of Efficiency Between Different Systems Technique in DEA

@article{AlRefaie2009OptimizingSP,
  title={Optimizing SMT Performance Using Comparisons of Efficiency Between Different Systems Technique in DEA},
  author={Abbas Al-Refaie},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Electronics Packaging Manufacturing},
  year={2009},
  volume={32},
  pages={256-264}
}
  • Abbas Al-Refaie
  • Published 2009 in
    IEEE Transactions on Electronics Packaging…
Surface-mount-technology (SMT) enables production of reliable printed circuit board at a reduced weight, volume, and cost. Nevertheless, SMT defects increase quality costs and deteriorate performance. In reality, defects are not equally important and their corresponding quality costs vary. In these regards, this research divides SMT defects into three classes; minor, major, and serious. Eight key factors from SMT processes are investigated concurrently with L18(21 times 37) array. Taguchi's… CONTINUE READING
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