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Technical Proceedings of the 1999 International Conference on Modeling and Simulation of Microsystems
 
Chapter 4: Process Modeling
 

Laser Induced Surface Modification of Ceramic Substrates for Thermal and Electric Lines in Microsystems: Modeling Compared to Experiment

Authors:H. Gruhn, R. Heidinger, M. Rohde, S. RĂ¼dinger, J. Schneider and K.-H. Zum Gahr
Affilation:Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, DE
Pages:105 - 108
Keywords:laser induced surface modification, finite element simulation, ceramics
Abstract:Laser induced surface modification has been used to fabricate conducting paths in ceramic substrates. For the purpose of process simulation and prediction of process parameters a finite element model has been developed to simulate the thermal behaviour of the substrate during laser surface interaction. The results of the model calculation have been completely verified experimentally for alumina substrates. Using this model the width and the depth of the fabricated lines could be predicted as a function of the laser power and velocity. First results are presented for Cordierite substrates. Further developments will consider different ceramic substrates such as PZT.
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ISBN:0-9666135-4-6
Pages:697
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