Modelling of transport phenomena in crystal growth
Janusz S. Szmyd, Kenjiro Suzuki
WIT Press, 2000 - Science - 362 pages
This book demonstrates how advanced mathematical, physical and numerical modelling can be used to analyse crystal growth processes. Representing the collective work of experts from six countries, it includes recent major developments in both fundamentals and applications, and provides valuable information for researchers and students working in this area.
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Numerical stimulation of crystal growth by the vertical Bridgman method
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A-B line alloy amplitude ampoule applied axisymmetric back-diffusion parameter baroclinic instability boundary conditions Bridgman calculated coefficient computational constitutional supercooling convective instabilities crucible crucible rotation crystal growth process crystal growth system crystal rod crystal rotation CZ system Czochralski method density diffusion dimensionless discretization effect experimental finite element free surface function furnace g-jitter governing equations grid grown crystals heat flux heat transfer heater isotherms k-e model Kakimoto laminar liquid Lorentz force magnetic field mass transfer melt flow melting temperature microgravity microsegregation natural convection Navier-Stokes equations nondimensional numerical simulation obtained oscillation pressure problem Ra number radiation Reynolds number Reynolds stress model semiconductor Shiohara shown in Figure silicon melt single crystal single crystal growth solid solid/liquid interface solidification solute concentration solute redistribution Superconductivity supercooling technique temperature difference temperature distribution temperature gradient thermal transport phenomena turbulent flow turbulent model values velocity vectors vertical viscosity wall zone zone melting