Convection in a Czochralski crucible – Part 1: non-rotating crystal

@article{Hintz2001ConvectionIA,
  title={Convection in a Czochralski crucible – Part 1: non-rotating crystal},
  author={P. Hintz and D. Schwabe and H. Wilke},
  journal={Journal of Crystal Growth},
  year={2001},
  volume={222},
  pages={343-355}
}
Abstract A Czochralski melt is simulated in a model experiment and by numerical analysis. We use a transparent fluid (0.65 cSt silicone oil with Pr=6.8) which is contained in a transparent sapphire crucible (40 mm inner diameter, 40 mm height, crystalline material). A copper rod (e.g. 14 mm diameter) is used to simulate the growing crystal. An imposed temperature difference between the crucible and the crystal dummy gives rise to convective flow in the fluid. Forced convection by crystal… Expand
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