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Numerically efficient modelling of CNT transistors with ballistic and non ballistic effects for circuit simulation

Kazmierski, Tom, Zhou, Dafeng, Al-Hashimi, Bashir and Ashburn, Peter (2010) Numerically efficient modelling of CNT transistors with ballistic and non ballistic effects for circuit simulation IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, 9, (1), pp. 99-107.

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Abstract

This paper presents an efficient carbon nanotube (CNT) transistor modeling technique which is based on cubic spline approximation of the non-equilibrium mobile charge density. The approximation facilitates the solution of the selfconsistent voltage equation in a carbon nanotube so that calculation of the CNT drain-source current is accelerated by at least two orders of magnitude. A salient feature of the proposed technique is its ability to incorporate both ballistic and nonballistic transport effects without a significant computational cost. The proposed models have been extensively validated against reported CNT ballistic and non-ballistic transport theories and experimental results.

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Published date: January 2010
Keywords: carbon nanotubes, CNT, ballistic transport, modelling, circuit simulation
Organisations: Nanoelectronics and Nanotechnology, Electronic & Software Systems, EEE

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Local EPrints ID: 270863
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/270863
PURE UUID: 09f5b859-4180-4f39-b3bc-c68ea9db1858

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Date deposited: 20 Apr 2010 23:37
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 06:50

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