Molecular Modeling and Multiscaling Issues for Electronic Material Applications

Volume 2
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Artur Wymyslowski
477 g
241x160x17 mm

This book offers readers a snapshot of the progression of molecular modeling in the electronics industry and how molecular modeling is currently being used to understand materials to solve relevant issues in this field. The reader is introduced to the evolving role of molecular modeling, especially seen from the perspective of the IEEE community and modeling in electronics. This book also covers the aspects of molecular modeling needed to understand the relationship between structures and mechanical performance of materials. The authors also discuss the transitional topic of multiscale modeling and recent developments on the atomistic scale and current attempts to reach the submicron scale, as well as the role that quantum mechanics can play in performance prediction.
Discusses multiscale modeling of materials at the mesoscale
Molecular Modeling of pH-Dependent Properties of Emeraldine Base Polyaniline for pH-Based Chemical Sensors.- Two Approaches of Study Cu/Epoxy Interface Enhancement with Benzenethiol Promoter.- Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Pore Formation Mechanism for Deposition of Poly (vinylidene fluoride-co-trifluoroethylene) on Gold Substrate.- Investigating the Influence of Moisture by Molecular Dynamics Simulations.- Analysis of the Adhesion Work with a Molecular Modeling Method and a Wetting Angle Measurement.- Using Coarse-Grained Molecular Models (Molecular-mesocale) of a Copper Oxide-Epoxy Interface to Obtain Stress-Strain Failure Predictions which Include Interfacial Roughness, Water and Filler Effects.- Establishment of the Mesoscale Parameters for Separation: A Non-Equilibrium Molecular Dynamics Model.- Mechanics of Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes under Uniaxial Compression and Tension.- Analysis of an Influence of a Conversion Level on Simulation Results of the Crosslinked Polymers.