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Stress Induced by Silicon-Germanium Integration in Field Effect Transistors

R. Berthelon [1], D. Dutartre [1], F. Andrieu [2]
[1] STMicroelectronics, France
[2] CEA Leti, France

The integration of high level of stress in field effect transistors is performed through incorporation of intrinsically strained SiGe layers. With the help of COMSOL simulations, we performed two studies addressing the level of stress in the area of interest. In the first case, we ... En Savoir Plus

Optimization of Drying Step to Obtain Large, Transparent Magnesium-Aluminate Spinel Ceramics

J. Petit [1], L. Lallemant [1],
[1] ONERA, Chatillon, France

To obtain large transparent ceramic samples, we optimized the drying step process using COMSOL Multiphysics®. Indeed, green body's drying in a climate chamber is the critical step when large size and complex shape samples are needed. Then we obtained 75 mm diameter and 10 mm thickness ... En Savoir Plus

An Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication Model Considering Surface Roughness and Mixed Friction

J. Moder [1], F. Grün [1],
[1] Chair of Mechanical Engineering, Montanuniversität, Leoben, Austria

Highly loaded lubricated machine elements such as gears or camshafts are an integral part in a wide variety of technical products. Due to higher efficiency requirements these machine elements have to be improved continuously, which leads to the necessity to investigate physical ... En Savoir Plus

Finite Element Analysis of Contact Studies of Radio Frequency MEMs Switch Membranes

J. Liu [1], V. B. Chalivendra [1], C. Goldsmith [1], W. Huang [1]
[1] University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth, Dartmouth, MA, USA

Radio frequency (RF) micro-electro mechanical system (MEMS) switch works in on/off modes controlled by electrostatic forces. In off mode, rough surfaces of electrodes come into a contact. Membrane contact surfaces have complex surface roughness patterns and the mechanical contact problem ... En Savoir Plus

Fluid Flow Behavior in Steady and Transient Force Medical Injection Systems

E. Gutierrez-Miravete [1], T. Langley [2],
[1] Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Hartford, Hartford, CT, USA
[2] Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA

Syringes were first conceptualized in 1650, but were invented in 1853 by Dr. Alexander Wood. As of 2011, nearly 8 billion syringes are used each year in the United States for medical purposes (not including veterinary services). These syringes are used for diseases like diabetes, ... En Savoir Plus

Electrochemical Machining with Nonsymmetric Suction of Electrolyte Flow

M. Hashiguchi [1], D. Mi [1],
[1] Keisoku Engineering System Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan

In electrochemical machining process, it is very important to control electrolyte flow field to remove contamination such as slug, or gas to be generated by the machining process as well as heat control for electrolyte, machining tool and work piece. To reduce the overcut of workpiece, ... En Savoir Plus

Multiphysics Simulation of Micro-Thermoelectric Generators Based on Power Factor Optimized Materials

V. Barati [1], H. Reith [1], G. Li [1], D. A. Lara Ramos [1], G. Schierning [1], K. Nielsch [1],
[1] Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Material Research, Dresden, Germany

Thermoelectric generators (TEGs) which convert heat into electrical energy due to Seebeck effect, have recently attracted a great attention as green and sustainable energy sources. One of the challenges in the field of thermoelectric devices is the design optimization in order to make ... En Savoir Plus

Simulation and Design of Lithium Ion Battery Packs for the Altitude Conditions in Northern Chile

A. Mallco Carpio [1], M. Cortes Carmona [1],
[1] University of Antofagasta, Antofagasta Energy Center, Antofagasta, Chile

One of the most noticeable effects in loss of performance and capacity of thermal systems is produced by altitude. This causes that the density of a compressible fluid and the atmospheric pressure are considerably reduced, causing a decrease in electrical power and thermal systems. Given ... En Savoir Plus

Magneto-Mechanical-Thermal Couplings for the Pulsed Magnetic Technology with Single-Turn Coils

O. Maloberti [1], P. Sansen [1], D. Jouaffre [2], D. Haye [2],
[1] ESIEE Amiens, France
[2] PFT Innovaltech, France

Single turn coils produce AC and transient magnetic fields in pulsed magnetic technologies for which magneto-harmonic and transient magnetic analysis can be primarily performed. We suggest studying one single turn coil example made of a conducting massive coil, an optional conducting ... En Savoir Plus

Optimum Insulation Thickness Distribution for Heat Loss Uniformity from Heated Corrugated Pipes

R. Bourisli [1],
[1] Kuwait University, Kuwait

Energy loss from fluids flowing across long distances presents a problem in many applications. In the oil and gas industry, for example, crude oil can change in viscosity when modest changes in temperature are realized. This can lead to added pumping power requirement and thus more heat ... En Savoir Plus