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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Recent Advancement on Stretchable and Wearable Electronics
Presentation Title Mechanical Stability of Printed Metallizations on Polymer Substrates
Author(s) Oleksandr Glushko, Megan Cordill, Andreas Klug, Emil List-Kratochvil
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Oleksandr Glushko
Abstract Scope The main advantages of flexible electronics in comparison to conventional rigid technologies are light-weight design, mechanical and topological flexibility as well as large area and cost-effective production. For realization of these advantages in a device not only development of novel appropriate materials and fabrication methods but also understanding of reliability issues and failure mechanisms are required. In this contribution the basic failure mechanisms observed in silver metallizations on flexible substrates are overviewed for monotonic tensile, cyclic tensile, and bending tensile and compressive loading conditions. A clear size effect in the fracture of thin films is demonstrated by comparing mechanical reliability of evaporated lines of different thicknesses and grain sizes with printed nanocrystalline silver. It is also shown that the correlation between electrical degradation and mechanical damage induced by cyclic mechanical loading is non-trivial and requires detailed information about the cracking morphology.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: TMS Journal: Journal of Electronic Materials

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3D Printing Liquid Metals at Room Temperature for Fabrication of Functional, Stretchable, and Soft Electronics
A New Architecture for Flexible Large-area Electronic Systems
B-1: Printing of Graphene-coated Copper Nano-ink on Flexible Substrate Using Light Sintering Method
DFT Approach to Electronic and Optical Properties of Foldable and Stretchable Graphene
Flexible Copper Clad Laminate prepared by Roll-to-Roll Additive Manufacturing
Inkjet Printed Metal Oxide Thin Film Transistors
Laser Writing and Photonic Reduction of High Performance Supercapacitors on Flexible Substrates
Materials Integration for Flexible Electronics: Cu-interconnects, Supercapacitors
Mechanical Stability of Printed Metallizations on Polymer Substrates
New Paradigms for Enabling Printing of Flexible Optoelectronics through Engineered Metal-organic Inks and Direct Writing
Post Processing and In Situ Processing for Low Thermal Budget Integration of Electronic Materials on Flexible Substrates
RF Devices based on 2D Materials for Flexible and Wearable Electronics
Self-sensing Ionic Polymer-metal Composite Soft Robotic Actuator Integrated with Gallium-indium Alloy
Silver Nanowire Networks for Flexible Electromagnetic Interface Shields
Ultrasonic Spray Printing for High-performance Flexible Organic Field-effect Transistors and Hybrid Perovskite Solar Cells
Wearable Energy Storage Devices from Cotton T-shirts
Wireless Gas Sensing with NFC-enabled Mobile Device

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