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Computional Electronics; Papers Presented at The Seventh International Workshop on Computional Electronics

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Volume 13 |Article ID 052981 | https://doi.org/10.1155/2001/52981

O. Muscato, V. Romano, "Simulation of Submicron Silicon Diodes with a Non-Parabolic Hydrodynamical Model Based on the Maximum Entropy Principle", VLSI Design, vol. 13, Article ID 052981, 7 pages, 2001. https://doi.org/10.1155/2001/52981

Simulation of Submicron Silicon Diodes with a Non-Parabolic Hydrodynamical Model Based on the Maximum Entropy Principle

Abstract

A hydrodynamical model for electron transport in silicon semiconductors, free of any fitting parameters, has been formulated in [1,2] on the basis of the maximum entropy principle, by considering the energy band described by the Kane dispersion relation and by including electron-non polar optical phonon and electron-acoustic phonon scattering.In [3] the validity of this model has been checked in the bulk case. Here the consistence is investigated by comparing with Monte Carlo data the results of the simulation of a submicron n+nn+ silicon diode for different length of the channel, bias voltage and doping profile.The results show that the model is sufficiently accurate for CAD purposes.

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