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Four test problems for the numerical-simulation of flow in Czochralski crystal-growth

Four test problems for the numerical-simulation of flow in Czochralski crystal-growth
Four test problems for the numerical-simulation of flow in Czochralski crystal-growth
The purpose of this paper is to invite interested researchers to partake in a comparison exercise to compute axisymmetric flows in a model of the Czochralski crystal growth melt. We describe four test problems for the numerical simulation of axisymmetric flows in Czochralski crystal growth which form the basis of a numerical comparison exercise, the need for which emerged at the First NATO Workshop on Computer Modelling in Crystal Growth From the Melt.
0022-0248
691-695
Wheeler, A.A.
eb831100-6e51-4674-878a-a2936ad04d73
Wheeler, A.A.
eb831100-6e51-4674-878a-a2936ad04d73

Wheeler, A.A. (1990) Four test problems for the numerical-simulation of flow in Czochralski crystal-growth. Journal of Crystal Growth, 102 (4), 691-695. (doi:10.1016/0022-0248(90)90832-6).

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The purpose of this paper is to invite interested researchers to partake in a comparison exercise to compute axisymmetric flows in a model of the Czochralski crystal growth melt. We describe four test problems for the numerical simulation of axisymmetric flows in Czochralski crystal growth which form the basis of a numerical comparison exercise, the need for which emerged at the First NATO Workshop on Computer Modelling in Crystal Growth From the Melt.

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Published date: 1990

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Local EPrints ID: 820
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/820
ISSN: 0022-0248
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