A two dimensional model of magnetic field assisted assembly
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Master of Science
Ravindra, N. M.
Booty, Michael R.
Magnetic field distribution
Semiconductor device structure
A simplified model to simulate the magnetic field distribution for applications in magnetic field assisted assembly of semiconductor device structures, using commercial software (Vizimag), has been implemented. Solenoids have been utilized to serve as electromagnets that are responsible for the assembly process. Magnetic shielding techniques have been deployed to isolate the influence of one solenoid over another. These solenoids are used to move the devices that need to be placed in recesses within the substrate. The bottom of the devices and the recesses are coated with magnetic materials to facilitate the movement and placement of devices within the recesses in the substrate. The semiconductor devices may be made from a variety of materials such as semiconductors, to perform various functionalities.
njit-etd2008-092 (98 pages ~ 18,610 KB pdf)
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Created October 31, 2008