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Monte Carlo Method Applied to the ABV Model of an Interconnect Alloy

Abstract : A Monte Carlo (MC) simulation of a 2D microscopic ABV (metal A, metal B and void V) Ising model of an interconnect alloy is performed by taking into account results of Finite Element methods (FEM) calculations on correlated void-thermal effects. The evolution of a homogeneous structure of a binary alloy containing a small percentage of voids is studied with temperature cycling. The diffusion of voids and segregation of A type or B type metals is a function of the relative interaction energy of the different pairs AA, BB, AB, AV and BV, the initial concentrations of A, B and V and local heating effect due to the presence of clusters of voids. Voids segregates in a matrix of A type, of B type or AB type and form large localized clusters or smaller delocalized ones of different shapes.
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Pierre-Richard Dahoo, Jorge Linares, Daniel Chiruta, Christian Chong, Philippe Pougnet, et al.. Monte Carlo Method Applied to the ABV Model of an Interconnect Alloy. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2016, 738, pp.012073. ⟨10.1088/1742-6596/738/1/012073⟩. ⟨insu-01322101⟩



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