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Jonction2

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Jonction2 - a tool for computing parameters needed to grow the "PN jonctions" of a solar cell using sputtering or other techniques ... Can compute also electro-dynamics of punctiform-masses using [...]

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  • Compute Diode Id(Vab, Nd, Na, wp, wn, A) (beta stage)
  • Compute Diffusion(drive-in) Parameters (alpha stage)
  • Compute Sputtering (DC) Parameters (beta stage)
  • Compute electro-dynamics of punctiform-masses using superpositon for electric/magnetic/gravitational forces. It can store (log) tracks of particles so that you can synthetize and view them in 3D ....
  • Compute Evaporation Paramenters (beta stage)
  • Compute BJT Ie,Ic,Ib(Vbc,Vbe, Nde,Nab,Ndc, we,wb,wc,A) (beta stage)
  • Compute EM-wave power at receiver (f, Ptx, d, gain) (beta stage)
  • Display chemical property sheep of an selected element
  • Computes sizes,lengths, etc for parabolic mirrors, based on user parameters (focal point, mirror length). Has 3D preview of the mirror.
  • Note: for more information please visit http://mbarboi.home.ro

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Intended Audience

Engineering

User Interface

Project is a graphics toolkit, Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

BASIC

Registered

2010-04-26

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