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A numerical simulation of radiative heat transfer coupled with Czochralski flow in cusp magnetic field
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 Title & Authors
A numerical simulation of radiative heat transfer coupled with Czochralski flow in cusp magnetic field
Kim, Tae-Ho; Lee, Yu-Seop; Jeon, Jung-Hwan;
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 Abstract
The characteristics of flow and oxygen concentration are numerically studied in Czochralski 8" silicon crystal growing process considering radiative heat transfer. The analysis of net radiative heat flux on all relevant surfaces shows growing crystal affects the heater power. Furthermore, the variation of the radiative heat flux along the crystal surface in the growing direction is confirmed and should be a cause of thermal stress and defect of the crystal. The calculated distributions of temperature and, heat flux along the wall boundaries including melt/crystal interface, free surface and crucible wall indicate that the frequently used assumption of the thermal boundary conditions of insulated crucible bottom and constant temperature at crucible side wall is not suitable to meet the real physical boundary conditions. It is necessary, therefore, to calculate radiative heat transfer simultaneously with the melt flow in order to simulate the real CZ crystal growth. If only natural convection is considered, the oxygen concentration on the melt/crystal interface decreases and becomes uniform by the application of a cusp magnetic filed. The heater power needed also increases with increasing the magnetic field. For the case of counter rotation of the crystal and crucible, the magnetic field suppresses azimutal flow produced by the crucible rotation, which results in the higher oxygen concentration near the interface.
 Keywords
Czochralski Single Crystal Growth;Radiative Heat Transfer;Oxygen Concentration;Thermal Boundary Condition;
 Language
Korean
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