Study on carbon footprint model and its parameter optimisation of wave soldering process based on response surface method
by Renwang Li; Haixia Liu; Jiaqi Li; Jinyu Song; Jie Rong
International Journal of Wireless and Mobile Computing (IJWMC), Vol. 22, No. 2, 2022

Abstract: In order to respond to low carbon manufacturing, from energy, materials and process carbon emission, etc., this paper constructs a carbon footprint model for wave soldering process in the module workshop of H Company, which belongs to instrument industry. On the basis of selecting appropriate parameter factors, a parameter optimisation model of wave soldering process life cycle carbon footprint is constructed, and the optimum combination of parameters is analysed by response surface method, which contain surface area, clip velocity, clipping angle, flux, purity of solder, temperature of tin furnace, height of wave peak, etc. and then the response values obtained are verified. The experimental results show that the optimised parameters are used to process and manufacture the wave soldering process, and the carbon emission produced by wave welding can be controlled from above 15 kg CO2 to 12 kg CO2.

Online publication date: Wed, 08-Jun-2022

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