Effect of Length, Diameter, Chirality, Deformation, and Strain on Contact Thermal Conductance Between Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes
Description: This article explores the role of various geometrical and structural (length, diameter, chirality) as well as external (deformation and strain) carbon nanotube (CNT) parameters to estimate total as well as area-normalized thermal conductance across cross-contact interconnects.
Date: November 21, 2017
Creator: Varshney, Vikas; Lee, Jonghoon; Brown, Joshua S.; Farmer, Barry L.; Voevodin, Andrey A. & Roy, Ajit
Partner: UNT College of Engineering