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03 Jul 2012
Is it possible to simulate p-n (bipolar) eg. Si diodes
13 Feb 2013
Hello M. Sellier
Me too i want to simulate a PN diode
In my simulation i have to change differents paraméters of the diode but
in the exemple of Archimede in nanohub siteweb , we can’t change somme paraméters like
larger of ZCE potential barrier and the larger of P région and N région.
Can i use the script of the diode n+ n n+ modifie it to make a PN diode directly ?
If yes , Have i do this with installing the softwars(ruptur ..) and compiling
the sources codes in my pc ?
sorry for my english !
Thank you for youre answering !
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Jean Michel D Sellier
03 Jul 2012
It depends on what you want to simulate. If you mean electron transport in a PN junction, yes this is possible. If you mean electron/hole transport in a PN junction, then the answer is no since the hole transport is not implemented yet.
I hope this helps,
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