IMT interest and expertise regarding methods of computational modelling of multifunctional materials

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IMT interest and expertise regarding methods of
computational modelling of multifunctional materials



Interest in FP 6 call:
'Nanotechnologies and nanosciences, knowledge
-
based multifunctional materials and new production processes and
devices


-

FP6
-
2004
-
NMP
-
TI
-
4


Thematic area
:
NMP
-
2004
-
3.4.2.1
-
3


Methods of computational modelling of multifunctional materials:

-

ab
-
initio calculation

-

macroscopic

finite

element

techniques

-

validation

and

use

of

computer

models

-

dissemination

-

contribution

to

strength

the

links

between

different

institutes

and

initiatives

(national

and

EU

projects)


Simulation, Modelling and Computer Aided Design Laboratory

www.imt.ro



-

determination of material parameters using FEM simulation for micro and
nano materials, design optimization and topological optimization; reduced
order modeling; VHDL models; computer models for design of complex
geometries (surface roughness); simulation techniques for coupled field
analysis of various MEMS and MOEMS
. (
Phys.

Victor Moagar Poladian,
victorm@imt.ro
)


-
application

of

numerical

methods

to

electronic

structure

calculation

and

modelling

of

material

properties
.

(
Dr
.

Rodica

Plugaru,

rplugaru@imt
.
ro
)


-
using

computers

models

for

characterization

of

multifunctional

materials

(Mat
.

Oana

Nedelcu

and

eng
.

Florina

Ravariu,

oanan@imt
.
ro
)


-

implementation of new methods on computational modeling for
simulation of the multifunctional materials integrated into MEMS
devices
. (Phys.

Catalin Tibeica,
catalint@imt.ro
)


Simulation, Modelling and Computer Aided Design Laboratory

www.imt.ro

Expertise in
:



-

structural analysis, mechanical, thermal analysis, electric and
magnetic field analysis;

-

coupled field analysis of MEMS and MOEMS;

-

simulation and design of microfluidic components for biomedical
applications;

-

neural networks, cellular automata, nanostructures.


Facilities:

-

Coventor Ware 2004

-

ANSYS software

-

Multiprocessor workstation


-

Using the above mentioned software our laboratory is carrying out activities
of modelling and simulation as a support for the research work of the other
laboratories
.

Simulation, Modelling and Computer Aided Design Laboratory

www.imt.ro

a) Top view


b) Bottom view

DNA heating cycle: temperature distribution.

Some examples of simulations activity performed in our laboratory

Fabry
-
Perot cavity
;
Displacement under residual
stress.

Thermo
-
structural simulation of a
structure for biomedical applications.

Dielectrophoretic microstructure
(for DNA size separation) ; electric
potential distribution of four pairs
of plane parallel electrodes.

Porous SiO
2
microstructure;
Transient thermal simulation.

Temperature distribution on the
device surface (p+n junction).

Simulation, Modelling and Computer Aided Design Laboratory

www.imt.ro

International projects
:

FP6:

PATENT
(NoE/IST)


3 grants in
WP2
-
Modelling and Simulation
,
ASSEMIC

(RTN)
-

WP 2
-
Microfluid handling

AFM images

(from WUT)

First step for re
-
generated
surface (in ANSYS)

von Mises stress distribution
at different depths in the
material

stress

values

on

the

peaks

(thousands

of

MPa)

for

contact

case

Simulation, Modelling and Computer Aided Design Laboratory

www.imt.ro