Bob Willis’ Top Process Engineers Book List for Christmas

When you want a break from electric shavers and ugly ties, here are some more options for the engineer on your holiday list!

 These titles are not all new but some of the best reference books in the industry. If a company does not have 60% of the titles in their library, their engineers are missing out.

 In the publishing industry there are many charts and awards for the bestselling books, but with sales in the tens and hundreds-not thousands or billions it would be impossible to have a sales chart for this type of technology handbook.

 This list does not indicate the number of sales of any one title, the age or up-to-date nature of the text, only my opinion on the “must have” engineering titles for your office bookshelf. If you have an assembly or manufacturing hand book not included and you think it unique let us know?

Handbook of Lead-Free Soldering Technology for Microelectronic Assemblies
Edited by Karl Puttliz and Kathleen Stalter, Published by Marcel Dekker

Portable Consumer Electronics – Packaging, Materials & Reliability
Sridhar Canumalla and Puligandla Viswanadham – Penn Well Publishing

Flexible Circuit Technology 4th Edition
Joe Fjelstad – BRP (Free Download)

Area Array Interconnection Handbook
Karl Puttlitz & Paul A Totta, – Kluwer Academic Publishers

Printed Circuit Handbook (6th Edition)
Clyde Coombs, Jr., McGraw Hill

Comprehensive Guide to Design, Manufacture of Printed Board Assemblies
Bill MacLeod Ross, Electrochemical Publications (Finishing Publications Limited)

Quality Assessment of Printed Circuit Boards (Out of Print, search online, it’s worth it)
Preben Lund, Bishop Graphics Inc.

SMT for PC Board Design (2nd – 3rd Edition)
James Hollomon, Prompt Publications

Electronic Failure Analysis Handbook
Perry L. Martin, Mc Graw Hill

Microelectronics Packaging Handbook (1st Edition)
Tummala and Rymaszewski, Van Nostrand Reinhold

Soldering in Electronics (2nd Edition)
Klein Wassink, Electrochemical Publications (Finishing Publications Limited)

Do you have any books you can’t live without?

One Comment

  1. Posted December 13, 2011 at 5:31 am | Permalink

    This is brilliant!… A good one for our holiday.


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