Process feasibility study in support of silicon material

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Process feasibility study in support of silicon material Task I. Quarterly technical progress report (XIV), January-March Technical Report Li, K. ; Hansen, K. ; Yaws, C. Analyses of process system properties was continued for materials involved in the alternate processes under consideration for solar cell grade silicon.

Process feasibility study in support of silicon material task I. [Washington]: Dept. of Energy ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Center, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C S Fang; United States.

Department of Energy. Process feasibility study in support of silicon material, Task I. Quarterly technical progress report (XVIII), December 1, Febru Technical Report Yaws, C. ; Li, K. Analyses of process system properties were continued for important chemical materials involved in the several processes under consideration for semiconductor and solar cell grade silicon production.

During this reporting period, major activies were devoted to process system properties, chemical engineering and economic analyses.

Analyses of process system properties was continued for materials involved in the alternate processes under consideration for solar cell grade silicon. The following property data are reported for silicon tetrafluoride: critical constants, vapor pressure, heat of Author: K.

Li, K. Hansen, C. Yaws.

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Analysis of process system properties was continued for silicon source materials under consideration for producing silicon. The following property data are reported for dichlorosilane which is involved in processing operations for silicon: critical constants, vapor pressure, heat of vaporization, heat capacity, density, surface tension, thermal conductivity, heat of formation and Gibb's free Author: K.

Li, K. Hansen, C. Yaws. Process feasibility study in support of silicon material Task I. Final report, October 1, February 6, Process system properties are analyzed for materials involved in the alternate processes under consideration for solar cell grade silicon.

The following property data are reported for trichlorosilane: critical constants, vapor pressure, heat of vaporization, gas heat capacity, liquid heat capacity, density, surface tension, viscosity, thermal conductivity, heat of formation, and Gibb's free energy of formation.

Initial results for gas thermal conductivity of silicon tetrafluoride and trichlorosilane are reported in respective temperature ranges of 25 to C and 50 to C. For chemical engineering analyses, the preliminary process design for the original silane process of Union Carbide was completed for Cases A and B, Regular and Minimum Process Storage.

Included are raw material usage, utility. Process feasibility study in support of Process feasibility study in support of silicon material book material Task I. Quarterly technical progress report (XIV), January-March Process feasibility study in support of silicon material, Task 1.

Quarterly technical progress report (XVI), June-August, Article (PDF Available) September with Reads. Results for process system properties, chemical engineering and economic analyses of the new technologies and processes being developed for the production of lower cost silicon for solar cells are presented.

Analyses of process system properties are important for chemical materials involved in the several processes under consideration for semiconductor and solar cell grade silicon production.

Process feasibility study in support of silicon material, task 1. By C. Yaws, Analyses of process system properties were continued for materials involved in the alternate processes under consideration for semiconductor silicon.

Primary efforts centered on physical and thermodynamic property data for dichlorosilane. Process feasibility study in support of silicon material task 1 and economic analyses of the new technologies and processes being developed for the production of lower cost silicon for solar cells are presented.

Analyses of process system properties are important for chemical materials involved in the several processes under consideration. Process feasibility study in support of silicon material Task I. Final report, October 1, February 6, Technical Report Yaws, C. ; Li, K. ; Hopper, J. ; The Low-Cost Solar Array (LSA) Project is directed toward effective cost reduction in the production of silicon for solar cells.

Alternatively, Plott et al. demonstrated an extrusion-based process with a moisture-curable silicone. They investigated part deformation and voids that may compromise structural strength and geometrical accuracy.

Muthusamy et al. reported inclusion of a support material for a moisture-curable silicone to produce overhanging structures. A preliminary study of production economics indicates that the commercial feasibility of silicon/ferro-silicon production would depend mainly on the cost of electric power, total capital cost of plant, and the market value of the products.

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Nonvacuum printing of single crystals would be ideal for high-performance functional device (such as electronics) fabrication yet challenging for most materials, especially for inorganic semiconductors.

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The cost goal for the silicon material that goes into solar cells is about $10 per kg of material ( dollars). Semiconductor grade silicon which is currently produced via the conventional Siemens process by several major manufacturers (Dew-Corning, Monsanto, Motorola, Texas Instruments and Great Western) in the United States is too expensive to meet the silicon material cost goal.

Lower cost silicon is needed for solar cells. New technologies that depart from the con- ventional process. SUMMARY A preliminary process design was performed for the DCS process to produce dichlorosilane as a silicon source material for solar energy silicon.

Cost and sensitivity analysis results are presented for this new technology including cost for raw materials, labor, utilities, and other items composing product cost (total cost of producing.

Renewable liquid biofuels for transportation have recently attracted enormous global attention due to their potential to provide a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels.

In recent years, the attention has shifted from first-generation bioethanol to the production of higher molecular weight alcohols, such as biobutanol, from cellulosic feedstocks. The economic feasibility of such processes. Silicon carbide, and specifically sintered SiC, retains most of its strength to ~°C; in addition, it is a very hard material with good wear characteristics.

These factors make it a candidate material for use in many aggressive environments; however it has a low CTE, ~ x /°C.

The use of Martins's model to fit experimental data is presented in this paper for the first time. The search for an optimal value for each set of material parameters is performed by a Levenberg–Marquardt algorithm.

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