Locally one-dimensional approach to diffusion process simulation in nonplanar domains

Locally one-dimensional approach to diffusion process simulation in nonplanar domains

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A new approach to diffusion process simulation in 2-D domains with nonplanar and moving boundaries, which combines the orthogonal numerical co-ordinate transformation associated with the alternative direction implicit (ADI), solving procedure and geometric splitting of the impurity diffusion equation into locally one-dimensional problems, is proposed.


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