OverViz Blog

February 7, 2018

OverViz 2.2.1 Released

Esgee Technologies Inc. would like to announce the release of OverViz Suite v2.2.1. This release contains minor bug fixes and software maintenance updates for improved usability. New installers and installation instructions are available for download from the Esgee Corporate Portal.

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When setting up a new non-equilibrium plasma simulation in VizGlow, the user must select an ion momentum model. Two available options in VizGlow are “Solve ion momentum equation” and “Use drift-diffusion approximation.” This discussion is intended to help a new user understand the differences between these options and to determine which selection is appropriate for their problem. The drift-diffusion relationships are derived from the species momentum equations and characterizes the spatial transport of particles. Drift

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The semiconductor industry is one of the most competitive global markets experiencing consistent month-to-month growth with annual global sales approaching $400B. There is a strong demand for integrated circuit technologies across growing markets, such as mobile devices and automotive electronics, with fierce international competition. This is driving an innovation race for enhanced process technologies, increased automation, and reduced product development timelines, in light of increasing development and fabrication costs. A new integrated circuit design can

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December 12, 2017

Self-consistent ICP with Bias

This VizGlow example describes a self-consistent plasma simulation of an inductively coupled plasma (ICP) with a bias voltage. Typically, a quasi-neutral formulation is preferable over self-consistent for high density plasma discharges where Debye lengths become very small relative to geometric dimensions in the discharge. Sheath thickness become negligible compared to the physical system and can be ignored. This is common in ICP and microwave plasmas and under these conditions a quasi-neutral approximation may be made.

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November 27, 2017

OverViz Blog Announcement

  Esgee Technologies Inc. is excited to announce the release of our new OverViz Blog. The blog will be a growing collection of our news articles, press releases, application examples, and simulation advancements. Check-in regularly to learn about new ways for leveraging the OverViz Simulation Suite to solve complex multiphysics problems. If you have a specific request or would like to contribute to the OverViz Blog, please contact us at info@esgeetech.com.

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