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by W. Joppich,S. Mijalkovic


Computational Microelectronics. W Joppich and S. Mijalkovic. It was about 1985 when both of the authors started their work using multigrid methods for process simulation problems.

Computational Microelectronics. Multigrid Methods for Process Simulation. Springer-Verlag Wien New York. Dr. Wolfgang Joppich. Institut fUr Methodische Grundlagen Gesellschaft fUr Mathematik und Datenverarbeitung mbH Sankt Augustin, Federal Republic of Germany. This happened in-dependent from each other, with a completely different background and different intentions in mind. At this time, some important monographs appeared or have been in preparation.

Bibliographic Information. Computational Microelectronics. Springer-Verlag Wien.

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Are you sure you want to remove Multigrid Methods for Process Simulation (Computational Microelectronics) from your list? Multigrid Methods for Process Simulation (Computational Microelectronics). Published August 19, 1993 by Springer-Verlag, Austria.

Standard multigrid methods have been already recognized as an efficient solving technique for process simulation problems if the underlying grid structures possess a natural hierarchy resulting from a local grid refinement. However, the evolving geometry of the deformed multi-layer material regions in semiconductor fabrication is generally quite irregular. In this paper, the performance of a special algebraic multigrid (AMG) solver for the solution of stress analysis problems in process simulation has been investigated. The discrete stress analysis equations are generated directly by the process simulator.

Multigrid method for Process Simulation. Series "Computational Microelectronics. Simulation of Broadband Microwave Oscillations in the Gunn-Diode Sources Involving Impact Ionization. The model for numerical simulation of the Gunn diode with electric field strength sufficient for the development of the impact ionization in the moving high-field domains is described and some results are presented

Multigrid methods for process simulation. W Joppich, S Mijalkovic. Application of an algebraic multigrid solver to process simulation problems. T Fullenbach, K Stuben, S Mijalkovic.

Multigrid methods for process simulation. Springer Science & Business Media, 2012. Modelling of organic field-effect transistors for technology and circuit design. 2000 International Conference on Simulation Semiconductor Processes an. 2000. An efficient multiparticle diffusion simulation by an adaptive multigrid method. D Pantić, S Mijalković, N Stojadinović. Microelectronics journal 25 (2), 79-97, 1994.

Computational Microelectronics

Computational Microelectronics. The introduction to multigrid is therefore strictly directed towards the goal to provide the algorithmical overview one needs to compose optimal multigrid algorithms for evolution problems of process simulation and similar applications. The necessary explanation how and.

The introduction to multigrid is therefore strictly directed towards the goal to provide the algorithmical overview one needs to compose optimal multigrid algorithms for evolution problems of process simulation and similar applications.

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Computational Methods for Process Simulation' develops the methods needed for the simulation of real processes to be found in the process industries. It also stresses the engineering fundamentals used in developing process models

Computational Methods for Process Simulation' develops the methods needed for the simulation of real processes to be found in the process industries. It also stresses the engineering fundamentals used in developing process models. Steady state and dynamic systems are considered, for both spatially lumped and spatially distributed problems.

This book is the first one that combines both research in multigrid methods and a particular application field here - process simulation. It is the declared intention of this book to convince by practically demonstrating the power of the multigrid principle and to establish an example of fruitful interdisciplinary interaction. The introduction to multigrid is therefore strictly directed towards the goal to provide the algorithmical overview one needs to compose optimal multigrid algorithms for evolution problems of process simulation and similar applications. The necessary explanation how and why multigrid works is derived from the roots. So the book preassumes no advanced familiarity with numerical analysis. Additionally a complete strategy to implement different algorithmical components on an adaptive multilevel grid structure is presented. The outlined principle of grid definement and adaption is based on the control of errors and is reliable as well as general. Last but not least the described strategies are applied to "real life" peoblems of process simulation. Consequently this book is an important contribution to the interdisciplinary challenge of improving numerical techniques for diffusion problems of process simulation.
Multigrid Methods for Process Simulation (Computational Microelectronics) ebook
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W. Joppich,S. Mijalkovic
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