PROJECT TITLE :
Modeling and Fast Simulation of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Interconnects
In this paper, many vital aspects related to the modeling and fast simulation of global multiwalled carbon nanotube (MWCNT) interconnects are studied very well. The MWCNTs are characterised by each the multiconductor circuit (MCC) model and also the simplified equivalent single conductor (ESC) model. With 2 totally different circuit models, the impacts of intershell tunneling conductance and imperfect contact resistance on electrical performance of each single and paired MWCNT interconnects are investigated. Based mostly on the ESC model, an economical algorithm combining modal decoupling and delay extraction techniques is presented for quick transient simulation of MWCNT interconnects. The numerical results illustrate that different locations of imperfect contact resistance might exert apparent effects on transient response of MWCNT interconnects. Nevertheless, these effects can be reduced by intershell tunneling conductance in the MCC model. The accuracy and potency of the proposed methodology are demonstrated by the numerical examples.
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