In questa sezione troverete i lavori presentati alle Conferenze mondiali COMSOL. Le presentazioni descrivono ricerche e prodotti innovativi progettati con COMSOL Multiphysics da colleghi di tutto il mondo. I temi delle ricerche presentate abbracciano un'ampia gamma di settori produttivi e aree applicative, in ambito elettrico, meccanico, fluidodinamico e chimico. Lo strumento di Ricerca Rapida vi permetterà di trovare le presentazioni che si riferiscono all'area di vostro interesse.

Computational Simulation of Gold Core/Shell Nanostructures for Near-Field Transducers in Heat-Assisted Magnetic Recording - new

J. Bennington[1]
[1]Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK

A recurring problem, in heat assisted magnetic recording is the build-up of thermal energy in the near-field transducer leading to NFT deformation and the cessation of operation. A mechanism to dissipate this excess heat in the NFT without greatly effecting its’ plasmonic response is therefore required. The RF Module and COMSOL Multiphysics® software are used to investigate the plasmonic ...

Plasmonic Properties of Bimetal Nanoshell Cylinders and Spheres

K. Ehrhold[1], S. Christiansen[1,2], and U. Gösele[1]
[1]Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany,
[2]Institute of Photonic Technology, Jena, Germany

Plasmonics is a new branch of the fascinating field of photonics and develops concepts to quench light beyond the diffraction limit and enhance electromagnetic fields. These enhancements occur in metals as localized surface plasmon polaritons (LSP) a coupling of the surface density oscillations of the electron gas to the incident light. With threedimensional nano-structures of coinage metals ...

Some Applications on the Fields of Laser, PCF and PCF-Sensor by COMSOL Software

J. Yao
Tianjin University, Tianjin, China

Academician Yao is an expert in nonlinear optics and THz studies and also a consultant of Chinese government for scientific development. In this talk, he introduces various research progress based on COMSOL Multiphysics analysis of his team, including photonic crystal devices (both telecom and THz band), THz lasers, nanophotonic devices, etc.. Moreover, he points out multiphysics analysis brings ...

Topographic Effects on Radio Magnetotelluric Simulations on Levees: Numerical Modeling for Future Comparison With Fields Results

R. Duval[1], C. Fauchard[1], R. Antoine[1]
[1]ERA23-IFSTTAR, Laboratoire des Ponts et Chaussées de Rouen, CETE-Normandie Centre, France

We study the topography influence of levees on the electric resistivity signal obtained with the Radio-Magnetotelluric method. Field measurements have been modeled with COMSOL, using the AC/DC and RF Modules. A levee situated in Orléans along the Loire river (France) has been considered in order to design a model tacking account of the skin depth and the incident wavelength, keeping a constant ...

Weak Formulations for Calculating Spin Wave Dispersion Relation in Magnonic Crystals

M. Mruczkiewicz[1]
[1]Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland

We study the spin wave excitation (coherent precession of magnetic moments) in periodically arranged magnetic stripes, i.e., in one-dimensional magnonic crystal (MC). Two approaches have been implemented. We have defined a structure that dispersion relation can be obtained using both approaches and compared them. In general, the approach I has to be used for MCs where the exchange interactions ...

Analysis of RF Characteristics of a Compound Semiconductor Device Integrated with a Wide-Band Antenna for THz Wireless Communications

A. Tashiro[1], M. Nakamura[1], M. Suhara[1]
[1]Tokyo Metropolitan University, Hachioji City, Tokyo, Japan

Use of the terahertz(THz) region, which is unexplored frequency band, is investigated and expected for the next-generation high-speed wireless communication. In this presentation, we propose a monolithic integrated device by using mesa-shaped compound semiconductor and a thin-metal broadband antenna which is capable in THz operation, and we analyze several characteristics of the device by using ...

Influence of the Excitation Frequency Increase up to 140 MHz on the VHF-PECVD Technology

S. Leszczynski[1], B. Leszczynska[1], M. Albert[1], J.W. Bartha[1], U. Stephan[2], J. Kuske[2]
[1]Dresden University of Technology, Semiconductor and Microsystems Technology Laboratory, Dresden, Germany
[2]Forschungs- und Applikationslabor Plasmatechnik GmbH, Dresden, Germany

The plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition process with a linear plasma source and the frequency range up to 140 MHz developed by Dresden University of Technology and FAP GmbH Dresden enables a fabrication of thin film silicon layers at very high deposition rates. However, an increase of the plasma frequency reduces the electromagnetic wavelength. Therefore, the electric field distribution is ...

Universal Dielectric Response of Atmospheric Ice Using COMSOL Multiphysics®

U.N. Mughal[1], M.S. Virk[1], K. Zaman[1]
[1]Narvik University College, Narvik, Norway

Heterogeneous materials with different phases, are conductive and insulating (dielectric), and are physically present in different natural materials as e.g. atmospheric ice. Jonscher’s proposed ‘universal dielectric response’ is not sufficient for such materials, as it only reflects conductivity as a nonlinear function of frequency, whereas at lower temperatures dipolar vibrations are also very ...

Numerical Analysis on Plasmonic Nano-Cucumber Achieving Large EFs and Wide Tuneability of the Peak

A. Zare [1], E. Cutler [1], H. Cho [1],
[1] Center for Biomedical Engineering & Science, University of North Carolina - Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, USA

INTRODUCTION: Researchers in the biomedical field have recently become interested in the potential applications of plasomics. Surface plasmon resonance based on optical properties of metallic nanostructures can be used for detection of special biological targets. Gold nanostructures with different shapes and sizes have been designed to achieve high enhancement factor (EF), wide range of ...

Argon Plasma Simulations for Educational Purposes at Fontys University of Applied Physics

H. van Halewijn [1],
[1] Fontys University of Applied Physics, The Netherlands

At the Fontys University of Applied Physics (The Netherlands) a plasma etcher has been acquired for educational purposes. The machine operates at low power up to 30 Watt and is driven with a magnetic coil at 13.56 MHz. The use of COMSOL Multiphysics software will be discussed to simulate the temperature and mass fractions of the activated and ionized atoms in the gas. The simulations will be ...