Simulating atomic-scale defects with atomic methods and extended finite elements

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Abstract

Accomplishments - Bridging discontinuities between continuum and atomic models with XFEM. - Enrichment functions that represent defects in a simulation: • Dislocations modeled as strong discontinuities and singular fields. • Works well for anisotropic/complex materials. Challenges/Future work - Coupling with molecular dynamics to get better dislocation core energy. - Coupling with diffusion models - to model dislocations as sinks for dopants.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationIMAPS International Conference and Exhibition on Device Packaging, DPC 2012 - In Conjunction with the Global Business Council, GBC 2012 Spring Conference
StatePublished - 2012
Event8th Annual IMAPS International Conference and Exhibition on Device Packaging, DPC 2012 - In Conjunction with the Global Business Council, GBC 2012 Spring Conference - Scottsdale/Fountain Hills, AZ, United States
Duration: Mar 5 2012Mar 8 2012

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Other8th Annual IMAPS International Conference and Exhibition on Device Packaging, DPC 2012 - In Conjunction with the Global Business Council, GBC 2012 Spring Conference
CountryUnited States
CityScottsdale/Fountain Hills, AZ
Period3/5/123/8/12

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials

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    Oswald, J. (2012). Simulating atomic-scale defects with atomic methods and extended finite elements. In IMAPS International Conference and Exhibition on Device Packaging, DPC 2012 - In Conjunction with the Global Business Council, GBC 2012 Spring Conference