Abo Bibliothek: Guest
ICHMT DL Home Aktuelles Jahr Archive Vorstand International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer

Solidification and melting
INVESTIGATION OF FACET INFLUENCE ON DOPANT DISTRIBUTION AT SEMICONDUCTOR CRYSTAL GROWTH

DOI: 10.1615/ICHMT.2004.CHT-04.880
page 13

S. V. Bykova
Center for Thermophysical Researches "Thermo", Institutskaya 1, Alexandrov, Vladimir Region, 601650, Russia

Vladimir D. Golyshev
Center for Thermophysical Researches “Thermo”, Institutskaya 1, Alexandrov, Vladimir Region, 601650, Russia

M. A. Gonik
Center for Thermophysical Researches “Thermo“, Institutskaya 1, Alexandrov, Vladimir Region, 601650, Russia

V. B. Tsvetovsky
Center for Thermophysical Researches “Thermo“, Institutskaya 1, Alexandrov, Vladimir Region, 601650, Russia

I. V. Frjazinov
Institute for Mathematical Modelling RAS, 125047 Moscow, Miusskaya sq. 4a, Russia

Marina P. Marchenko
Institute for Mathematical Modelling RAS, 125047 Moscow, Miusskaya sq. 4a, Russia

Graham de Vahl Davis
University of New South Wales, Kensington, NSW, Australia

V. N. Vlasov
Space Materials Science Research Center of the Institute of Crystallography of RAS, Kaluga, Russia

J. A Serebrjakov
Space Materials Science Research Center of the Institute of Crystallography of RAS, Kaluga, Russia

Abstrakt

An antimony doped germanium single crystal was grown by the Axial Heat Processing (AHP) method from the melt to study the facet morphological stability. With this aim the Sb concentration and crystal growth rate were changed during crystal growth. To find conditions of facet morphological instability a 2D numerical model together with experimental data were utilized to predict the facet dynamics and solute concentration features of the grown crystal. It was shown that the facet is more morphologically stable than a rough melt/crystal interface.

ICHMT Digital Library

Bow shocks on a jet-like solid body shape. Thermal Sciences 2004, 2004. Pulsed, supersonic fuel jets - their characteristics and potential for improved diesel engine injection. PULSED, SUPERSONIC FUEL JETS - THEIR CHARACTERISTICS AND POTENTIAL FOR IMPROVED DIESEL ENGINE INJECTION
View of engine compartment components (left). Plots of temperature distributions in centreplane, forward of engine (right). CHT-04 - Advances in Computational Heat Transfer III, 2004. Devel... DEVELOPMENT AND CURRENT STATUS OF INDUSTRIAL THERMOFLUIDS CFD ANALYSIS
Pratt & Whitney's F-135 Joint Strike Fighter Engine under test in Florida is a 3600F class jet engine. TURBINE-09, 2009. Turbine airfoil leading edge stagnation aerodynamics and heat transfe... TURBINE AIRFOIL LEADING EDGE STAGNATION AERODYNAMICS AND HEAT TRANSFER - A REVIEW
Refractive index reconstructed field. (a) Second iteration. (b) Fourth iteration. Radiative Transfer - VI, 2010. Theoretical development for refractive index reconstruction from a radiative ... THEORETICAL DEVELOPMENT FOR REFRACTIVE INDEX RECONSTRUCTION FROM A RADIATIVE TRANSFER EQUATION-BASED ALGORITHM
Two inclusion test, four collimated sources. Radiative Transfer - VI, 2010. New developments in frequency domain optical tomography. Part II. Application with a L-BFGS associated to an inexa... NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FREQUENCY DOMAIN OPTICAL TOMOGRAPHY. PART II. APPLICATION WITH A L-BFGS ASSOCIATED TO AN INEXACT LINE SEARCH