By Alvin Lieberman
Contamination keep an eye on criteria and methods for all stages of the construction of high-technology items are spelled out during this applications-orientated consultant. functional cleansing equipment for items and approach fluids are observed by means of tips about picking operations in line with financial system and potency. factors of contaminant size units hide operation, blunders resources and remedial equipment. Engineers will locate important facts on contaminant assets, in addition to assurance of operations and systems that irritate contaminant effects.
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Surface migration to sensitive locations d. Particle growth to hazardous size by agglomeration e. Secondary abrasion by fragments 3. Energy gradient effects a. Electrostatic discharges b. Material degradation at high temperature c. Bacterial growth B. Particle contaminant prompt effects 1. Hard particle wear, physical interference, etc. 2. Soft particle deposition and resulting dimensional changes, weight imbalance, motion interference, etc. C. Particle-substrate energy transfer 1. Electromagnetic energy 2.